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      02-19-2020, 02:50 PM   #1893
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Just though some would be interested in this; source for Zimmerman 2 piece rotors with m-performance dimples/slots straight from FCP for cheaper than any other source so far; taken from sp00l street; https://www.sp00lstreet.com/threads/...ey.1066/page-4

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I have been working with the BMW product catalog manager at FCPEuro to source 2 piece F30 rotors from and rear which are made by Zimmerman for the F30 Motorsport option, these are slotted and dimpled with aluminum hats. After about six weeks of fooling around with distributors, it is all sorted out. Please note that p/n for Zimmerman needs to end in 32 for the 2piece versions. They are fully coated (incl aluminum hat) for corrosion protection. They are excellent rotors. Note they also make a cheaper (heavier) 1-piece version with p/n that ends in 20. I'm going to provide all the meta data below.

Front rotor 370x30mm: Zimmerman p/n 150290532 (BMW p/n 34106797603)
https://www.fcpeuro.com/products/bmw...nn-34106797603

Rear rotor 345x24mm: Zimmerman p/n 150292032 (BMW p/n 34206797600)
https://www.fcpeuro.com/products/bmw...nn-34206797600

For anyone looking for this stuff - I have extras from my project, brand new in the box. You can PM me and we can sort out a price for them with shipping.

On my project I am using front F30 rotors, but ... and yeah I've not created the thread yet, I'm running 345x28mm E46 M3 CSL Competition 2-piece front rotors on the rear....

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Lol...don't need that if hole positions are off center. Thats engineering basics and Solidworks simulation and other programd can prove it. OEM pattern on offsets bushes gonna make a lot pain to setup.
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to mount the 4pt brembo calipers (the blue ones) of the M2 with 380x30 discs (M2)
and rear 2-pin Brembo caliper (blue ones) of the M2 with 370x24 discs (M2)
on bmw F32 430d, do you need spacer brackets?
Even question not for me. But yes you need, brake discs are different offset if you compare them with f3x series.
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      02-19-2020, 06:34 PM   #1896
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Just though some would be interested in this; source for Zimmerman 2 piece rotors with m-performance dimples/slots straight from FCP for cheaper than any other source so far; taken from sp00l street; https://www.sp00lstreet.com/threads/...ey.1066/page-4
Is the price in those links you quoted what they are going to be with the dimples and slots?
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The description on the pages, even title of part, says with dimples and slots, so I would assume so.
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The description on the pages, even title of part, says with dimples and slots, so I would assume so.
I figured just wasnít sure since that post said it was in the works. Thanks.
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      02-20-2020, 10:52 AM   #1899
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Hello again,
IMHO, this is, by far, the best adapter for F30 rear calipers and rotors I've seen in all 86 pages. It has an issue. It is designed only for 316i to 328i e90 & e92 wheel carriers.
This adapter works for me (I own a e92 328i) but not for e91 and 335i owners. E91 and all 335i have different wheels carriers.
Look the differences between calipers and e-brake holes

328i carrier

https://c1552172.ssl.cf0.rackcdn.com/108607_x800.webp

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https://c1552172.ssl.cf0.rackcdn.com/343447_x800.webp

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Hello again,
IMHO, this is, by far, the best adapter for F30 rear calipers and rotors I've seen in all 86 pages. It has an issue. It is designed only for 316i to 328i e90 & e92 wheel carriers.
This adapter works for me (I own a e92 328i) but not for e91 and 335i owners. E91 and all 335i have different wheels carriers.
Look the differences between calipers and e-brake holes

328i carrier

https://c1552172.ssl.cf0.rackcdn.com/108607_x800.webp

335i carrier

https://c1552172.ssl.cf0.rackcdn.com/343447_x800.webp
M8 you are a bit wrong. Carries maybe not same, but suspension are same and ect. So both
Adapters works on 335i and e91, i am running my own adapter with F80 rotors with f30 caliper on my 335i.
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Hello I have a 2011 bmw e90 335d I wanna upgrade just the Front calipers with the F30 M-performance calipers. Can I use them with the stock E90 rotors? And if I do will the rotors be too small?
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Hello I have a 2011 bmw e90 335d I wanna upgrade just the Front calipers with the F30 M-performance calipers. Can I use them with the stock E90 rotors? And if I do will the rotors be too small?
Hello. NO - you have to put those of the F series, but in the E9x series they are plug and play
you can put both 340 and 370 F series discs
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Hello. NO - you have to put those of the F series, but in the E9x series they are plug and play
you can put both 340 and 370 F series discs
Thank you! Can I use after market 17Ē wheels. Konig Hypergram 5x120 17x9 35mm off set. Only reason Iím asking is because I wanted the lightweight wheels. And 18s were heavier. So I got the 17s. I was not gonna update the calipers. I just got new bmw genuine rotors + ebc pads 6months ago and they have started to shake under braking like ass since month 3 and getting worse now. Very annoying I want my brakes to be precision, I donít want the car doing anything other then smooth friction when Iím braking. Iím gettin brake jutter and Iím convinced I want new calipers + rotors and pads again!!! WTF. I go on eBay last night I find the Front Left caliper F30 M-Sport for $200 plus $15 shipping from Lithuania!!!! And itís legit. So for that price on one caliper Iím in all day!!! Iíll find another one for a good price even I pay full price on a new one out here Iím still doing good. Thatís why Iím looking into this. Also I might just buy it mount it and see if the wheels fits. But if anyone has dimensions Iím willing to get inner diameter wheel dimensions.
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Scratch that M-performance calipers not gonna happen with 17s

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Thank you! Can I use after market 17Ē wheels. Konig Hypergram 5x120 17x9 35mm off set. Only reason Iím asking is because I wanted the lightweight wheels. And 18s were heavier. So I got the 17s. I was not gonna update the calipers. I just got new bmw genuine rotors + ebc pads 6months ago and they have started to shake under braking like ass since month 3 and getting worse now. Very annoying I want my brakes to be precision, I donít want the car doing anything other then smooth friction when Iím braking. Iím gettin brake jutter and Iím convinced I want new calipers + rotors and pads again!!! WTF. I go on eBay last night I find the Front Left caliper F30 M-Sport for $200 plus $15 shipping from Lithuania!!!! And itís legit. So for that price on one caliper Iím in all day!!! Iíll find another one for a good price even I pay full price on a new one out here Iím still doing good. Thatís why Iím looking into this. Also I might just buy it mount it and see if the wheels fits. But if anyone has dimensions Iím willing to get inner diameter wheel dimensions.
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Scratch that M-performance calipers not gonna happen with 17s

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Thank you! Can I use after market 17” wheels. Konig Hypergram 5x120 17x9 35mm off set. Only reason I’m asking is because I wanted the lightweight wheels. And 18s were heavier. So I got the 17s. I was not gonna update the calipers. I just got new bmw genuine rotors + ebc pads 6months ago and they have started to shake under braking like ass since month 3 and getting worse now. Very annoying I want my brakes to be precision, I don’t want the car doing anything other then smooth friction when I’m braking. I’m gettin brake jutter and I’m convinced I want new calipers + rotors and pads again!!! WTF. I go on eBay last night I find the Front Left caliper F30 M-Sport for $200 plus $15 shipping from Lithuania!!!! And it’s legit. So for that price on one caliper I’m in all day!!! I’ll find another one for a good price even I pay full price on a new one out here I’m still doing good. That’s why I’m looking into this. Also I might just buy it mount it and see if the wheels fits. But if anyone has dimensions I’m willing to get inner diameter wheel dimensions.
Not even happening with 18s. The 340mm ones will fit some 18s but the 370mm m-performance requires 19".

Btw, if that fancy color scheme and ///M aren't that big a deal for you, the f30 340mm are exactly the same thing and stopping power. Heat dissipation will be about which rotor you select. Those can be had on eBay for less than $300 for both. Even saw one recently for $200 for a front set (though that was a rare find).
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Not even happening with 18s. The 340mm ones will fit some 18s but the 370mm m-performance requires 19".

Btw, if that fancy color scheme and ///M aren't that big a deal for you, the f30 340mm are exactly the same thing and stopping power. Heat dissipation will be about which rotor you select. Those can be had on eBay for less than $300 for both. Even saw one recently for $200 for a front set (though that was a rare find).
Wrong m8... you can easily run 370mm front with mv3. I was running them before whent to 380mm
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Wrong m8... you can easily run 370mm front with mv3. I was running them before whent to 380mm
I'm surprised. So by your emphasis, I assume you're talking about the 18" MV3 / 193 variety?


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Not even happening with 18s. The 340mm ones will fit some 18s but the 370mm m-performance requires 19".
340mm fit easily over oem R17 - for style 188 and 236 as I have had them...
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Not even happening with 18s. The 340mm ones will fit some 18s but the 370mm m-performance requires 19".
340mm fit easily over oem R17 - for style 188 and 236 as I have had them...
Yes I fitted 340mm over 185 17" as well.
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I'm surprised. So by your emphasis, I assume you're talking about the 18" MV3 / 193 variety?

Yes m8. You even can fit 380mm disc if you gonna grind 1-2 mm from front pad counterweights.
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I'm surprised. So by your emphasis, I assume you're talking about the 18" MV3 / 193 variety?

With 370 M-Perf you can fit quite a few OEM 18's and also most Apex 18's will fit also(at least in regards to barrel clearance), I have asked apex already
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Not even happening with 18s. The 340mm ones will fit some 18s but the 370mm m-performance requires 19".

Btw, if that fancy color scheme and ///M aren't that big a deal for you, the f30 340mm are exactly the same thing and stopping power. Heat dissipation will be about which rotor you select. Those can be had on eBay for less than $300 for both. Even saw one recently for $200 for a front set (though that was a rare find).
I run Apex EC7's 18's all the way around with no issue at all with the 370/340mm setup.
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Not even happening with 18s. The 340mm ones will fit some 18s but the 370mm m-performance requires 19".

Btw, if that fancy color scheme and ///M aren't that big a deal for you, the f30 340mm are exactly the same thing and stopping power. Heat dissipation will be about which rotor you select. Those can be had on eBay for less than $300 for both. Even saw one recently for $200 for a front set (though that was a rare find).
I run Apex EC7's 18's all the way around with no issue at all with the 370/340mm setup.
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