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      12-30-2012, 01:58 PM   #1
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Exclamation rotor, brake pad & sensor

helloooo everybody sorry for dissapear for so long but after come my divorce and discussion and losing my job i took my break for everything, now im so much better ohhh well im have some concern about my brake pad and the rotor cuz soon im gonna to change it. can someone help me out all the part are from bmw the only parts that is from different brand and style are the rotor i dont know if the rotor is going to affect the pad or anything that i missed it????

here is the list i have from the web "ecs tuning"



Rear Brake Pad Wear Sensor
Should be replaced each time brake pads are replaced.
Brand:

ES#:260293

Mfg#:3435678944


Front Brake Pad Wear Sensor
Factory direct replacement
Brand:

ES#:514405

Mfg#:34356789440

Rear Brake Pad Set
Genuine brake pads direct from BMW
Brand:

ES#:1305112

Mfg#:34216791938


Rear Cross Drilled & Slotted Brake Rotors - Pair…
Featuring GEOMET® protective coating
Brand:

ES#:2190259

Mfg#:6764655XSGMTLRA

Front Brake Pad Set
Genuine brake pads direct from BMW
Brand:

ES#:2228249

Mfg#:34116799166


Front Cross Drilled And Slotted Brake Rotors -…
Featuring GEOMET® protective coating.
Brand:

ES#:2539464

Mfg#:6854999XSGMTLRA
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      12-30-2012, 02:17 PM   #2
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It shouldnt affect it. ECS should tell you if it can fit your car.

looks like you got everything!
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I found that getting aftermarket parts for the brakes is a much better option. The aftermarket rotors are less cost and often times painted so you no longer have rust showing through and other problems.

Aftermarket pads are also cheaper have much less dust and hold up better
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Fcp euro has great prices on pads and rotors
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+1 Fcp euro gets my vote
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Also if you don't mind the dust from oem pads then go with them. Personally I went with akebono ceramic as I can't stand the brake dust.
ECS is a rip. FYI. Price wise that is.
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Fcp euro has great prices on pads and rotors
thank u guys im gonna to buy this week !!!!
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