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      11-21-2012, 08:38 AM   #1
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Gauging interest 335i front and rear full brake caliper setup

Car is off the road ATM and I'm changing the front and rear brakes for bigger setups so I have no use for the original stuff. So I'm looking to sell the following:

Front 335i calipers with original hoses
Pagid front discs bought and fitted end of April 2012
EBC yellowstuff pads bought and fitted end of April 2012

Rear 335i calipers with original hoses
Pagid front discs bought and fitted end of April 2012
EBC yellowstuff pads bought and fitted end of April 2012

Rear hubs and handbrake parts for those with the smaller engines and 160mm smaller handbrakes. If your car is on this list then you need them for the rear brakes: http://www.realoem.com/bmw/partxref.do?part=34416761291

My car has been off the road for quite a bit of time since I had the new discs and pads fitted so they should have plenty of meat left but Ill check this when I get the chance. They will be removed from the car in the next couple of weeks (or earlier if needed). Fitting can be arranged but I'm a bit busy at the moment with work and other stuff.

Finally, the parts will all be cleaned up and sliders etc cleaned and greased after removal so that they are perfect for the new buyer. I did have a very slight brake wobble on my car but I'm 95% sure that this is to do with the front arms/wheel bearings which will be replaced on my car whilst it is not being used. Also, I don't believe in wear sensors as I prefer my using my own eyes and therefore there are none included in these parts.

Anyway price is 450 delivered. Photos can be taken if required.

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      11-21-2012, 10:27 AM   #2
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A worthy upgrade for someone out there... GLWS (if there's interest).

By eck, you must give your car some welly if you found the need to change the the set-up. Or do you take it on track days etc? Admittedly I haven't taken mine on the track (nor do I plan to), but I've never been faced with overheating or fade from my standard set-up, I think they're great with good feel and are pretty progressive.

Perhaps I'm not trying hard enough
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      11-21-2012, 10:59 AM   #3
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A worthy upgrade for someone out there... GLWS (if there's interest).

By eck, you must give your car some welly if you found the need to change the the set-up. Or do you take it on track days etc? Admittedly I haven't taken mine on the track (nor do I plan to), but I've never been faced with overheating or fade from my standard set-up, I think they're great with good feel and are pretty progressive.

Perhaps I'm not trying hard enough
Thanks pal. I'm only upgrading as the I've already got a rear m3 subframe on my car and a set of brakes that fits it. By fitting the m3 rear brakes, they're actually the same size as the fronts so I might as well go for a set of 6/8 pot fronts whilst I'm there.

The standard setup with EBC yellowstuffs IMO is more than sufficient for 95% of people on road and on track. If I wasn't overhauling so many parts, I'd stick with the OEM setup. Even with RBs turbos and meth, I never really found the setup lacking in stopping ability.
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      11-21-2012, 06:35 PM   #4
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Just to jump in - my M3 subframe just arrived and looks in good nick!!! (minus a rubber spring perch and cup)

By heck, the M3 rear brakes are huge looking!
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      11-22-2012, 04:54 AM   #5
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Yup they're as big as the 335i fronts You upgrading to m3 suspension?

Forgot to add 400 collected.
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Yup they're as big as the 335i fronts You upgrading to m3 suspension?

Forgot to add 400 collected.
I may be interested, but I would need a set of carriers/ brackets. Could you get hold of any? Cheers Nick
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I may be interested, but I would need a set of carriers/ brackets. Could you get hold of any? Cheers Nick
These are complete with carriers and all brackets buddy, forgot to mention it in the original post.

OT but did you get your 335d m3 rep from Birmingham?
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I may be interested, but I would need a set of carriers/ brackets. Could you get hold of any? Cheers Nick
These are complete with carriers and all brackets buddy, forgot to mention it in the original post.

OT but did you get your 335d m3 rep from Birmingham?
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Yup they're as big as the 335i fronts You upgrading to m3 suspension?

Forgot to add 400 collected.
I am indeed! Don't forget those toe arms for me! Lol
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335 brakes

Hi mate

Have you still got the complete front 335 brake set up you took off your car?

If so I'm interested in purchasing them

What sure price?

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if by chance you want to sell discs and pads to me give us a shout
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These were swapped for NJ1161's big brake kit last year guys
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GLWS mate I sold mine on eBay when I went M3 OEM all round after the M3 rear subframe install

OT Car is going strong BTW just need new turbo's. On the fence with RB or 58mm single
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Sounds like these went.

But if not, I'm interested in the fronts?
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All gone guys, thanks for the interest

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GLWS mate I sold mine on eBay when I went M3 OEM all round after the M3 rear subframe install

OT Car is going strong BTW just need new turbo's. On the fence with RB or 58mm single
You mean 58mm single from FFTEC? I would love to go single but there is hardly any room down there with the steering rack in the way unless you go top mounts with a suitable downpipe to clear everything.
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All gone guys, thanks for the interest



You mean 58mm single from FFTEC? I would love to go single but there is hardly any room down there with the steering rack in the way unless you go top mounts with a suitable downpipe to clear everything.
I think you could rework the Vishnu DP to fit around the steering column. Your running RB's, I would love a ride in your car to see how that feels. Is there a massive difference between stock and RB's?

We should arrange a synonym day meet and get some more guys involved
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