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      12-23-2012, 08:43 PM   #1
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Will evo X brembos fit on e92s?

will the evo x brembos fit on our e92s and if so what is necessary to do everyhting? or is it a special bbk kit only for our cars??
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Yeah the glue right on up.

Just make sure you use gorilla glue and clean he surface really well.
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ok i will sure do that thanks ..... LMFAO: bulge:
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Yeah the glue right on up.

Just make sure you use gorilla glue and clean he surface really well.

and il make sure to break check you hard if i ever see you and make you pay for my mtech rear bumbper
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and il make sure to break check you hard if i ever see you and make you pay for my mtech rear bumbper
Sounds like insurance fraud and now since you said that on a public forum it's public knowledge so if that happens to you I hope you denied coverage.

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In theory you can make it fit. but it's probably way more effort than its worth.
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If you have the capability to R&D your own custom brake caliper brackets, and make them yourself; then yeah it might be worth it if you can get some new/used calipers for cheap.

I wanted to do that myself when I used to work for VW as the Touareg SUV uses some huge 6pot Brembo calipers that are the same as found on the Audi Q7 & Porsche Cayenne... I could buy brand new calipers for a pretty decent price from the parts department. How do I make it work properly though? So it never happened.
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Sounds like insurance fraud and now since you said that on a public forum it's public knowledge so if that happens to you I hope you denied coverage.

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Youd still pay your deductible
$$ coming out of your pocket hahahah

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If you have the capability to R&D your own custom brake caliper brackets, and make them yourself; then yeah it might be worth it if you can get some new/used calipers for cheap.

I wanted to do that myself when I used to work for VW as the Touareg SUV uses some huge 6pot Brembo calipers that are the same as found on the Audi Q7 & Porsche Cayenne... I could buy brand new calipers for a pretty decent price from the parts department. How do I make it work properly though? So it never happened.
i can get new evo x brembos very cheap just thinking if anyone has ever did this?


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In theory you can make it fit. but it's probably way more effort than its worth.
i want to try it out!
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I dont think anyone has done it, and like mentioned above, you'll have to R&D an adapter bracket for the caliper to fit. But if you have the access and the time, go for it. Hell you can probably create yourself a little niche selling it as a "cheap bbk" or something.
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