KW Variant 4 coilover kit now for BMW X6M (F96) and BMW X5M (F95) available

For several years, the demand for Sport Utility Vehicles (SUV) is booming worldwide. The majority of SUVs are driven on paved roads rather than off-road. Accordingly, the demand for exclusive alloys, height-adjustable sports suspensions and other accessories for these vehicles is high in various markets. The KW coilover Variant 4 for the BMW X5M (F95) and BMW X6M (F96) including the 625 hp competition models is now available.

KW Variant 4 – technology far beyond the standard

The KW Variant 4 coilover suspension kit has long been available not only for sporty coupés such as the BMW M4, but also for sedans such as the Dodge Charger Hellcat SRT, or for station wagons such as the Audi RS6 Avant.

We also offer this aftermarket suspension for Sport Utility Vehicles (SUVs), such as the BMW X5M Competition (F95) and BMW X6M Competition (F96).

The BMW X5 M (F95) can be lowered by 25 to 55 millimeters at the front axle and by 20 to 50 millimeters at the rear axle with the KW Variant 4 coilover.

With the KW Variant 4, we rely on adjustable low-speed rebound valves, as well as separately tunable high-speed and low-speed compression valves, just like with our M4 GTS dampers.

The dampers give the two SUVs a high degree of stability in corners even at high speeds. The tendency to roll, which is typical of SUVs and greater than in other cars, is also significantly reduced by the KW suspension.

The 3-way adjustable valve technology of the KW Variant 4 enables fine-tuning of damping with 16 clicks in rebound forces, six clicks in low-speed compression (seven characteristic curves), and 15 clicks in high-speed compression (16 characteristic curves).

When suspension engineers use the terms high-speed and low-speed, they refer to the speed of the piston rod’s movements in the damper. When a wheel goes over a bump, for example, the spring compresses and the piston rod in the damper dips within a few milliseconds. On the other hand, steering movements correspond to low-speed excitations.

For the BMW X6 M (F96) a possible lowering range of 20 to 50 millimeters on the front axle and 15 to 45 millimeters on the rear axle is possible.

In addition to the driving dynamics and an advantage in driving safety due to the more precise handling, the suspension dampens much more harmoniously on transverse joints and bumps, and the level of residual comfort is surprisingly high.

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