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      08-11-2008, 11:04 AM   #39
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Originally Posted by ace996 View Post
Exactly why I love my Brembos on my STI and exactly why I would love them on my (within two weeks) M3 coupe. It would certainly be disappointing if my new M3 needed upgaded calipers for HPDEs with R-compounds.

Guess which brakes found their way onto the new ALMS M3???

"Front brake system: Six-piston aluminium brake calipers, inner-vented grey-cast iron brake disks 380mm in diameter

Rear brake system: Four-piston aluminium brake calipers, grey-cast iron brake disk, 332mm in diameter"


If the stock hardware is so good, why didn't they use it???...

Be good,
TomK

P.S.
-just came home from hospital...wife just gave birth to son #2... 9lbs15oz ...all is well....
race car vs. street car. why they used them on the ALMS car:
1) much more resistant to fade.
2) less weight,
3) easier to change brake pads.

you will not need upgraded calipers on the M3 - they only thing you will need for the track is track pads.
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