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    Made my mind up now after some sound advice.

    E36 M3 M/Cylinder (to reduce pedal travel)

    E46 330 Calipers all round

    E46 330 (315mm) Cross drilled discs and Hawk Enduro Pads

    Straight fit, no brackets, no messing. Oh and Dot 5.1 fluid.

    Will give a heads up once it's done. Thanks for the advice all.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norteenick View Post
    Oh and Dot 5.1 fluid.
    hold that thought, it's time for another Public service announcement.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheEnd View Post
    hold that thought, it's time for another Public service announcement.
    Yeah was thinking that dot 5.1 is not a good choice unless using as a race car for track days......am awaiting public service announcement
     
     

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    There's a brief guide to what's out there in the Chassis and Brakes section.
     
     

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    The e46 front discs are 325x25mm, not 315. I got Brembo Max discs. They're pretty light actually compared to some other discs I had on previous cars. I've had the conversion done myself and now the brakes have been bled properly, the brakes are now killer.

    I got the E36 M3 EVO 3.2 MC and servo fitted. I can just rest my foot on the brake pedal now, and the car slows right done, the slightest pressure now, and it'll stop dead. WOO HOO. Have to take it easy tho to bed the pads in.

    Read my post in the tuning section. It'll say about the pre and facelift versions of the servo. They have 2 x diferent sized unions on the facelift car.
     
     

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