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      05-12-2013, 08:23 PM   #1
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e92 M3 calipers and rotors on 335

Has anyone attempted this conversion? Can M3 calipers be bolted on directly, or whole front assembly is required?
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Has anyone attempted this conversion? Can M3 calipers be bolted on directly, or whole front assembly is required?
Please search before asking, but unfortunately you will need the whole front end. Plus if you only did the front, the brake bias would be off.
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Please search before asking, but unfortunately you will need the whole front end. Plus if you only did the front, the brake bias would be off.
Thanks, searchon this site sucks!! But googling did bring back some helpful info that basically confirmed what you stated.

What is break bias BTW?
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Thanks, searchon this site sucks!! But googling did bring back some helpful info that basically confirmed what you stated.

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Brake bias is the amount of braking force distributed between the front and rear brakes.
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