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      09-12-2013, 10:47 AM   #23

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Great brake setup/upgrade for e9x/328, e87/128, z4/e85/e86, e46/325/330.

Great price for a complete Brembo setup in great low-mile condition. BTW, this is the same caliper setup as the OEM BWW Performance kit.

Have you tried posting on fanatics/1addicts FS Sections etc.

I would buy the rears if I didn't have to paint them to match my front performance calipers.

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      09-12-2013, 09:32 PM   #24
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Thanks. I've posted them on 1addicts too, but no sales yet!
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      09-13-2013, 11:53 AM   #25
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Originally Posted by Amgeater2 View Post
With all the respect but you don't know what you are talking about

Please look at the thread posted in the previous post and educate yourself and them come back to me and tell me that I am wrong....

I actually upgraded to 335i brakes over Performance, front only as rears are the same. The 335 brakes are superior to these, it's been tested and documented. But they are a great upgrade to all E90s except 335.

So far 335 brakes have been fade free even on track with OEM pads. Not bad ...


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      09-13-2013, 12:20 PM   #26
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You're chiming in on the wrong topic. I have already stated earlier that these are not comparable to the 335i brakes in terms of fade resistance. There is no question of that. Since the 335i disc weighs nearly 6lbs more than the front 135i disc (each corner), it had better have improved fade performance.

The caliper is heavier too, so the 335i brake system adds a lot of unsprung weight.

The post that you +1'd was in reference to OEM sliding calipers being superior to a fixed mount 6 piston monobloc. That is an absurdity.


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