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      10-21-2008, 06:07 PM   #72
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Originally Posted by Mr. 5 View Post
Right now, I use Rotora 6/4 piston calipers in the front rear, so my setup has changed quite a bit.

I initialy changed the pads to get rid of the dust, but now I don't give a crap about the dust because I'm all about performance. And, I have gunmetal wheels so they do a good thing with hiding the dust.
If you can't find the pads then contact Zechausen Racing and David will hook you up.

BTW, Axxis pads are great pads. I had the deluxe on my M3 and the dust is hardly anything. The ultimates have better performance but more dust.(not as much as OEM though)
thanks for the info.

1/ regarding the (front) Axxis deluxe versus Axxis ULT, is the ULT performance that much better that it is worth wearing out the rotars (probably) about 40% faster? i will go with the same rears you indicated : semi metalic posi quiet

2/ i am guessing that maybe you do circuit racing since you went with multiple calipers front and rear. is there a huge difference??
i ask becauese on the street, my stock brakes seem pretty good.

if you are tracking your 335, how did the stock brakes hold up before you changed out your calipers?

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