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      07-13-2012, 08:57 AM   #23
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I've got a rush on all my BMW ECS GEOMETS. Hopefully that'll push them to the front of the production run and I'll have them avaible for yall sooner!
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Pics!!! and...... ECS is sold out until AUGUST! argh, I should have jumped on these before....
I'll post a few up later tonight post install.

I must have gnabbed one of the last sets!
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For shops what's the usual price to install?
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For shops what's the usual price to install?
Brakes are very easy to do, generally I would say a few hundred to do. You can do these in your sleep.
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Anything available for the 2006 330i? Drilled and Slotted Rotors preferably...
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^Yes we do!

Click HERE for front slotted for the 330
Click HERE for rear slotted for the 330

Click HERE for front drilled and slotted for the 330
Click HERE for rear drilled and slotted for the 330
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are these available yet for '11+ e92 335's? or are they still back ordered?
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At latest the E9X 335 rotors will be back in stock on Aug 27th.
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DEFINITELY on my list of upgrades!!!!
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I am super interested in these as my front BrakePerformance rotors warped so I am curious as to how well these hold up as I do track my car sometimes

Also, are the holes drilled after the rotors are cast or are they cast with the holes? I am worried about the holes cracking the rotors as has been a past issue.
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^These are after market performance orientated rotors. Aggressive pads will wear them down quicker than street pads, but that is true with all rotors.

As for the holes, the ECS GEOMET rotors are a machined rotors. The holes are not cast in the rotors.
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^These are after market performance orientated rotors. Aggressive pads will wear them down quicker than street pads, but that is true with all rotors.

As for the holes, the ECS GEOMET rotors are a machined rotors. The holes are not cast in the rotors.
I LOVE my pads that came on my '11 335 (as compared to my '08 328) my n55 e92 pads produce virtually NO dust. What pads should I get to replace my current pads to get the same "no dust" performance? I do plan to track my car, but 90% driver (FBO).

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The EBC RedStuffs as well as the Hawk Ceramics are going to be low dust performance pads which are a little more aggressive than your stock pads. Both would be great for daily driving.
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ETA of October on the rears? Say it ain't so!
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About the drilled rotors, when you say machined, the holes go through the other side or they only drill dimples so to speak. And the difference between cast rotors.
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ETA of October on the rears? Say it ain't so!
that is ridiculous.
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ETA of October on the rears? Say it ain't so!
Currently we are re stocking. The coating and machining processes take some time. Sorry for the re stocking daily.

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About the drilled rotors, when you say machined, the holes go through the other side or they only drill dimples so to speak. And the difference between cast rotors.
The slotting and drilling are machined in, this is done after casting but before GEOMET coating. They are not dimpled they are fully drilled.
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anybody have these installed yet? How are they? Wanting to pull hte trigger but need to know how they hold up. I use to have some EBC Rotors on my jag and they were garbage. Don't want to make the same mistake.
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anybody have these installed yet? How are they? Wanting to pull hte trigger but need to know how they hold up. I use to have some EBC Rotors on my jag and they were garbage. Don't want to make the same mistake.
Okay I guys I have these front and back on a 335xi. Here is my review positive!!

I've put on approx. 500 miles between varied driving after bed in period. I have abekno front ceramic pads an hawk ceramic rears. The rotors are very nice. They have straight cut vents ie. the slots can be run either direction to fit your preference. They have held up GREAT! I will post wear pictures tomorrow, when I get the car back. I have taken it to WOT max speed limiter and slowed quickly no warp at all and had a GREAT feel. They do not fade at all. They do not tarnish with all the rain new england has had either. I would recommend these rotors high quality pieces.
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Kevo thanks for the quick review! I'm glad you love your new rotors.
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Whats up Forum!

Just ordered rear red stuff pads and the drilled rotors. Will post pics and review soon...
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