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      12-02-2011, 11:38 AM   #18
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Originally Posted by Autobahn335i View Post
Not sure if I understood the question correctly. In fact the Brembo Calibers are thicker than OEM calipers. So depending on your wheels you might have to use spacers to get clearance with the inner side of the spokes.

The M3 uses wheels with a different offset to get a wider track. Using spacers basically achieves the same goal.

The supension components of the M3 and non-M are very similar from the geometry, with the M components being higher quality, made of aluminium vs steel, and with firmer bushings.
Yes sorry didn't ask the question very well.

If the brembo discs are +40mm over the 335i so + 20mm on radius and the Brembo calipers are thicker. I was asking how could they fit within a 335 wheel?