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      03-14-2012, 09:08 PM   #1
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      03-15-2012, 07:24 AM   #2
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You should advertise them as BREMBO 2 Pistons. ;]
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Bump for BREMBO 2 pistons brakes...
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Would I be able to retrofit these on 06 325i e90 and if so what is needed
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wish it was front and rear!!
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Would I be able to retrofit these on 06 325i e90 and if so what is needed
Nothing needed, maybe clip off a piece off the dust shield...
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Nothing needed, maybe clip off a piece off the dust shield...
Ok koo...... Now would I be able to run the 135 rotors. I read that I would have to use my stock rotors
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Ok koo...... Now would I be able to run the 135 rotors. I read that I would have to use my stock rotors
That is correct, you would have to use your OEM rear rotors... You could use the 135i rotors but heard you gotta change out the hub or something for it to fit. I have 135i front and rear brakes on a E92
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