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  1. 2004 E46 320cd brake upgrade 
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    hi everyone, i am in need of new brake disks very soon and was just wondering if anyone knows of a good upgrade
    i have a e46 320d m sport
    thanks for your help
    Last edited by e46drew; 26-07-2010 at 20:00.
     
     

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    You'll get more help if we knew what car ... Please update the thread title, details of how to do are in my signature.
     
     

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    I guess it depends how much you want to spend...the original BMW spec brakes are pretty good... fitted ebc turbo groove discs to mine with greenstuff pads... good stopping power though a little more noise than standard discs and pads
     
     

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    Redstuff pads have the lowest dust rating which'll keep your alloys cleaner for longer, you could also upgrade to a set of braided hoses
    I'm sure forum vendor CRN Products will be able to sort you out along with a forum discount
     
     

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