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      02-18-2009, 09:49 AM   #1
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front E92 M3 brakes on 335i

Is it a direct bolt-on to put front calipers, caliper holder and rotors of M3 on the 335i ?


I could find calipers from some M3 upgrade to brembo BBK...
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Is it a direct bolt-on to put front calipers, caliper holder and rotors of M3 on the 335i ?


I could find calipers from some M3 upgrade to brembo BBK...
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Also what about rear brakes?
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Is it a direct bolt-on to put front calipers, caliper holder and rotors of M3 on the 335i ?


I could find calipers from some M3 upgrade to brembo BBK...
It is not a direct bolt on.
Sorry.

I'll tell you one thing...if it were a direct bolt on, you would find more and more people with the M3 brakes.
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Is it a direct bolt-on to put front calipers, caliper holder and rotors of M3 on the 335i ?


I could find calipers from some M3 upgrade to brembo BBK...
Yes, it is a direct bolt on...after you get the M3 front strut and associated parts, spindle, and hub!
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Yes, it is a direct bolt on...after you get the M3 front strut and associated parts, spindle, and hub!
Then maybe it is cheaper to buy a BigBrake Kit for 335i ...
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BBK looks sick! M3 brakes don't.
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