95-04 BMW 5 Series E39 Touring BC Racing Coilover - BR Type

Brand: BC Racing

Part number: I-42-BR

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The BC Racing Coilover kit for the E39 BMW 5 Series wagon is perfect for street driving and occasional road course duty. With easily accessible adjustment knobs for fine tuning your compression/rebound and separately adjustable ride height, having a performance coilover system could not be any easier. You choose how low or high you want your vehicle, no preset ride height here, and their patented concave lower locking ring keeps it locked in. All of BC Racing systems come with pillowball mounts to provide the most feedback possible from your suspension and to sharpen your steering response. Available front and rear camber plates also allow you to get the perfect alignment setup without compromise. All this while providing a strong, attractive looking coilover system.


  • Mono-tube shock design
  • Full height adjustability through shock body, not spring
  • 30 levels of dampening adjustment (compression/rebound)
  • Front camber plates are default on all applicable kits
  • Rear camber plates applicable on certain applications only
  • Custom spring rates available as well as a SWIFT springs upgrade available upon request
  • 1 Year warranty against manufacturer defect
  • Completely rebuildable and individual parts are available separately for purchase
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Spring Rates included : Front Spring Rate = 8k Rear Spring Rate = 8k

For custom spring rates please request them in the comment box during checkout.

BMW P/N 33531093785 req for air applications*

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Edward J. (Columbia, US)
My e39

Very easy to instand what a difference in my drivability and performance.

Dominick C. (Denver, US)
Bc racing aint what it use to be

First off id like to say that coilover depot is the best to deal with customer service is top notch . Just issue with BC So i put am in and just keep having a clunk noise in front and did everything they say could cause it but noise still there idk i was just better off leaving my konis on with h&r springs about same drop in height so idk feel like i just pissed a grand away

Craig K. (Camden, US)

I've had my coils on my car for about a week now and the front coilovers are good and ride nice. The rear will not stop bouncing I've tightened the spring and loosened it. It just adds tensions. I wouldn't expect the stock spring to be this bad. I can't hit bumps without my car bouncing 10 more times after 1 bump. They fit well and work for my car very well.

Have you adjusted the rear damping with the damping knobs? That would help improve ride quality. I would try to adjust the spring preload to 6-10mm as recommended by BC racing. We have a video on setting the preload under the tech info tab on our site.