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    i have no idea what the part numbers are as i just put up a wanted ad and someone replied! but you could find the part numbers on real oem!
    pics of my setup as i swapped them in my project thread if your interested!
    and they certainly look better behind the rims i think!


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    Hello Devil.

    I hope you understand my English.


    To answer you your questions, you have to ask two things:


    1) I use are you going to give the car? (circuit, walk on Sunday, daily ... etc.)


    2) how much money you're willing to spend on discs and pads?



    When you know the answers and certainly look might help you better.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by m44lee View Post
    i have no idea what the part numbers are as i just put up a wanted ad and someone replied! but you could find the part numbers on real oem!
    pics of my setup as i swapped them in my project thread if your interested!
    and they certainly look better behind the rims i think!

    I had a look on ebay couldnt find much on there... Will have a look on RealOEM to find out some parts...

    Quote Originally Posted by WaterMarc View Post
    Hello Devil.

    I hope you understand my English.


    To answer you your questions, you have to ask two things:


    1) I use are you going to give the car? (circuit, walk on Sunday, daily ... etc.) - Its my Daily Driver and I would like to stop a lot quicker!

    2) how much money you're willing to spend on discs and pads? - It will be spent over time - No rush


    When you know the answers and certainly look might help you better.
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    Well, it's easy.

    If you have money to spare, you can put as:

    Disks:

    Brembo sport (edition gold) slotted

    EBC USR

    Stoptech slotted


    Pads:

    Ferodo ds2500
    EBC Yellowstuff / Redstuff



    Brake fluid:

    Motul RBF
    AP Racing


    Hoses:

    Goodridge Braided Brake Hoses



    1 000 km of smooth braking and short to settle the pads on the discs


    And if you want even more brake the car, put the brakes on the E36 M3 with all the above and change will be brutal.


    If you still have money left over, you do the same to the rear brakes


    Do not forget to throw pasta brake pads so they do not sound at first.



    It's simple?



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    seen some brand spanking calipers on there but £225 quid is a bit much considering you'd still need discs,pads etc
    but just to give you an idea what to pay in the region of i paid £250 for the whole kit discs pads calipers, carriers and master cylinder and servo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m44lee View Post
    seen some brand spanking calipers on there but £225 quid is a bit much considering you'd still need discs,pads etc
    but just to give you an idea what to pay in the region of i paid £250 for the whole kit discs pads calipers, carriers and master cylinder and servo!
    Where did you get yours from?


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    i put up a wanted ad and a guy on the e36coupe forum replied! but from the ones i've seen sold that seems give or take roughly the going rate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m44lee View Post
    yep just a simple swap! you need the calliper carriers too! and you can fit the rears but i think you have to do a bit of modification to get the handbrake shoes to fit!
    You can bolt on E46 328 rears instead without any modification needed. This should also give you a 68:32 (front:rear) bias apparently, meaning the the offer a good balance with the 330 fronts. You can also use Porsche calipers on the front.
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