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      01-16-2013, 10:43 AM   #13
bigjae1976
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Originally Posted by rantarM3 View Post
Sounds like good advice. Have you had any issues with your stoptech kit on the street (e.g., steering vibration, noise, or other side effects)? Do you think they perform at least as well as OEM brakes in panic stop situations (when the brakes are cold)?
The Stoptech kit is superior when cold and hot with the Stoptech pads that come with it. No vibrations or anything either. These are the brakes that the M3 should have come with.

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FYI, the rings are readily available. They also don't carry the drawback that the other manufacturers have where you need a left or right. Their unique mounting system allows them to manufacture one ring that can be used on either side.
What is the cost of the replacement parts and who makes that rotor? You chances of finding a stocking store outside of OE, Brembo, and Stoptech are slim. I know I can get a stoptech disc same or next day since there's a distributor in houston that stocks them.
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