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      04-25-2015, 11:48 PM   #78
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Originally Posted by Wlodi View Post
I have posted the full manual.

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showth...1#post17806391

Best regards.

Feuer - if You think this is a worse way than Yous (which I can rear from your posts and the way you write about "the other way") thats ok - I respect that. Maybe its "better".

The other wah is:
- Less aggressive
- Safer
- Reversible (for the calipers for sure ).

The only thing is that this way probably takes a bit more time. I think its worth it but it is anybodys choice.

Regards.
No, no, We are all good! I knew of this. Believe me, I knew because that is the difference between pre-lci and lci e90.
Originally I wanted to run a spacer between the hub and the rotor. I decided not to go this route because of few main reasons:
1. cheaper since doesn't involve new parts and more intensive labor.
2. I can easily go back to stock brakes
3. I can sell faster the modded f30 calipers to a e90 owner.
4. If I changed the nub I needed to buy new wheels since I have 18x10 et25 in the rear.
But regardless! Thank you for the instruction guide!