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    Try asking our forum vendors http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/f132/ am sure they'll be more than happy to help
     
     

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    have black diamond discs took some running in but good quality and british :-)
     
     

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    Personally i used ebc tgd discs, yellow stuff on the front and red on the back, to compliment this i also added braided hoses and used millers race spec fluid. the brakes do require a bit of a shove when first using in a morning(especially this time of year)but once warmed the benifits of uprated ones far outweigh the negatives!
     
     

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    Your using Yellow stuff for general driving ? I found red stuff a pain to get heat into for general use.


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    i use ebc redstuff v2 pads on ebc turbo grooved discs and am very happy with them...they can drone under heavy braking but thats slotted discs for you.
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    yeah believe it or not the latest yellow stuff compound works better than the red stuff, as i said before it does require a bit of a shove first use in a morning but after that its fine!
     
     

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