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      01-01-2018, 10:42 AM   #1167
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You need:

Brakediscs (Pic.2) from www.Ultimot.de, Order-Nr. 34216763827 as BS393SP.
Price is +/- 240.- ( you can change the language in the upper left corner )

4x Eccentric bushes M10 with 2,5mm offset (Pic.3) Price is +/- 80.-

Press the M12 bushes out and press the M10 eccentric bushes in the right position in. (Pic.4)

4x Bolts M10x30mm in 10.9 (Old one is to short) Price is +/- 10.-

Thats all you need :thump:

!!! When the position from the caliper is not correct, you must the fixing holes from the wheel carrier 1-2mm expand in the direction of travel.

I understood little.
but for handbrake jaws how do they work?
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I understood little.
but for handbrake jaws how do they work?
When you have the big handbrake with 185mm... is the answer "nothing"

the brake disc from Ultimot is Plug&Play

when you have the little handbrake with 161mm you must insert adapter-rings.
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aaahhhhh ok now understood
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I had no issues with the stock e92 dust Shields and the F30 caliper/rotor.
Me either.
The rears need to be cut a bit so the calipers fit.
Other than that. No issues.
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why don't i see the image of Kosmic ?

can you explain well what do you have to do to fix the rear brake?
You need:

Brakediscs (Pic.2) from www.Ultimot.de, Order-Nr. 34216763827 as BS393SP.
Price is +/- 240.-€ ( you can change the language in the upper left corner )

4x Eccentric bushes M10 with 2,5mm offset (Pic.3) Price is +/- 80.-€

Press the M12 bushes out and press the M10 eccentric bushes in the right position in. (Pic.4)

4x Bolts M10x30mm in 10.9 (Old one is to short) Price is +/- 10.-€

Thats all you need :thump:

!!! When the position from the caliper is not correct, you must the fixing holes from the wheel carrier 1-2mm expand in the direction of travel.

DO you have a link to the eccentric bushes?
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DO you have a link to the eccentric bushes?
Why bother with that? To reuse the smaller bolts? Rotors are e60 which require little to no caliper machining, nothing new there. Hub is redrilled, so nothing new again. Just extra trouble pressing out and in blind nuts from the calipers.
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Its not really an issue. Im just saying they touch slightly and can make lining up the bolts harder.
Did you use the stock e90 brake lines for your swap or did you switch to SS lines?
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      01-10-2018, 07:39 PM   #1174
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Did you use the stock e90 brake lines for your swap or did you switch to SS lines?
Stock. But I will be putting some ss lines on.
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Why bother with that? To reuse the smaller bolts? Rotors are e60 which require little to no caliper machining, nothing new there. Hub is redrilled, so nothing new again. Just extra trouble pressing out and in blind nuts from the calipers.
Just from a completeness of information perspective. Someone might want to do it that way..
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Did you use the stock e90 brake lines for your swap or did you switch to SS lines?
I switched to SS in my swap.
Since the calipers and MC were out, it made sense to change at that point.
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I am doing the full conversion on my 335i atm & was considering m3 rear carriers at one point as I picked up .. as aus335i is trying...that the m sport rear Calipers match up on the M3 carriers with less machining off the caliper mounting face.
If you then use the e60 535i rear rotors which are 3mm shallower then the f30 rotors then it should be very close without taking much off the caliper lugs.

I am now keeping my 335i knuckles/carriers with location holes machined to the 12mm.. holes outwardly as I have access to a mill to do this correctly (not an idea to use a drill!) & then fitting stoptech 535i rotors which I got in the drilled only style to match M3 style rotors

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      01-16-2018, 12:33 PM   #1178
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I am doing the full conversion on my 335i atm & was considering m3 rear carriers at one point as I picked up .. as aus335i is trying...that the m sport rear Calipers match up on the M3 carriers with less machining off the caliper mounting face.
If you then use the e60 535i rear rotors which are 3mm shallower then the f30 rotors then it should be very close without taking much off the caliper lugs.

I am now keeping my 335i knuckles/carriers with location holes machined to the 12mm.. holes outwardly as I have access to a mill to do this correctly (not an idea to use a drill!) & then fitting stoptech 535i rotors which I got in the drilled only style to match M3 style rotors
Good stuff mate. Be sure to share some photos !
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Good stuff mate. Be sure to share some photos !
I would appreciate the nice weather in Sydney. Can you organize a group F30 brake installation? I will be on Qantas asap because this is me now: snow and -4*c
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Good stuff mate. Be sure to share some photos !
I would appreciate the nice weather in Sydney. Can you organize a group F30 brake installation? I will be on Qantas asap because this is me now: snow and -4*c
I don't know what that feels like feuer

Here's a snap I took the other day. We hit 47.8 Celsius the other day in western Sydney. Don't know what that is in 'Murika but round here it's call stinkin hot
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This isn't necessarily F30 brake related. But perhaps it is because it helps clear these 4-piston Brembos. While making them standout & shine more. They're also very lightweight & gorgeous.

If you fellas happen to know of anyone who wants these. Please let me know. THANK YOU in advance... !

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This isn't necessarily F30 brake related. But perhaps it is because it helps clear these 4-piston Brembos. While making them standout & shine more. They're also very lightweight & gorgeous.

If you fellas happen to know of anyone who wants these. Please let me know. THANK YOU in advance... !

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Best BMW wheels ever. If they were 19s they'd be on my car. Why 19s? Cos I like them
513m are also very nice and they fit on the e9x quite lovely I think.
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513m are also very nice and they fit on the e9x quite lovely I think.
http://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/show...diagId=36_2027

Those are very nice too. Simply don't know how 9" wide wheels would fit upfront of a non M car though... :-(
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They flawlessly! I run front 18x9 et31 with 255/35 on BMW PS. Rear 18x10 et25 with 275/35 That is the beauty of PRE LCI ! They can fit larger rear wheels than LCI
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They flawlessly! I run front 18x9 et31 with 255/35 on BMW PS. Rear 18x10 et25 with 275/35 That is the beauty of PRE LCI ! They can fit larger rear wheels than LCI
No wonder mate. I have a LCI & can't go past a 8.5" OEM BMW wheels upfront. Looks nice... !
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No wonder mate. I have a LCI & can't go past a 8.5" OEM BMW wheels upfront. Looks nice... !
Im running 9" wide front with a 34 offset. Factory sport suspension and 0 rubbing. LCI chassis
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Im running 9" wide front with a 34 offset. Factory sport suspension and 0 rubbing. LCI chassis
Maybe it's simply the offset that's the issue. I have a squared set of style 219 wheels. But they are meant for the E90 M3 front end...
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