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      11-06-2012, 04:14 AM   #23
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Will be coming off car in 1 week if no p exs about?
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Nice kit, if I didn't have Christmas shopping to think about i would have taken these!
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      11-12-2012, 03:40 PM   #27
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Nice kit, if I didn't have Christmas shopping to think about i would have taken these!
Think a lot of people feeling the same. I'd of proaby sold it tens times over in July!
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      11-15-2012, 04:33 PM   #28
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      11-17-2012, 08:01 PM   #29
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hmmm..interested in this but just not sure bout costs to fit..I have a 325i e92 should that make a difference and would I need extra brackets to fit these? and how about coding afterwards? like the performance bmw bbk needs coding to be done for the car apparently..and there arent too many reviews on this kit currently though they've been around for past 2 years..i'm slowly trying to turn the car to a track slag so collecting perfomance enhancing mods..anyone know how these do on track??
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      11-21-2012, 02:12 PM   #30
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Think it would just be carriers to fit at 200 all in. No coding req for brakes. Not sure on fade/ track performance as never tracked but the braking is awesome.

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carriers = brackets yes? and where can i get these?from pb?
how much did it cost you to get the whole kit fitted?
would you have any pics with the 19's from a distance say around a meter away from the car?
and how much clearance have you with the oem 19's? did you have to run spacers to allow clearance? i'm running 19's bbs LM 8' width with et 32 (e46 m3 setup)..
if its easier could you pm me full specs of the bbk setup or I can get in touch with dan newton (i think dats his name - the owner of pb) to get the specs if you have details of your order..just cos its alot of money to put into the car at current time and would hate to have to spend more money on top of its cost..thanks
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bmw performance brakes on a 335
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In the UK, the BMW Performance kit is smaller (not specifically inferior) than the 335i kit, so the improvement is negligible.

This kind of BBK is the only sensible choice. Yet the prices (as discussed) are often insane.

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If you dont mind me asking how much ($$$$) is the UK bmw performance brake package and is it a direct bolt on the US 335i .
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It's about 1000-1200 mate.

Honestly no idea about fitment on a US car though.

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Long shot, but are these still available. Got near new 335d setup
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Long shot, but are these still available. Got near new 335d setup
All sold, thanks.
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Thought it was, just wanted to confirm.

What was the reasoning behind upgrading the rear brakes, especially to that size?

I thought the rears were hardly used compared to front.
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Thought it was, just wanted to confirm.

What was the reasoning behind upgrading the rear brakes, especially to that size?

I thought the rears were hardly used compared to front.
For me, aesthetics.
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