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      09-18-2008, 07:29 PM   #5
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Drives: e90 M3 M-DCT, SG-status 111
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Originally Posted by HammerM3 View Post
I'm contemplating bringing the car to the track but wanted to get some facts from those of you who have already done it. From previous track days with other cars the pad and rotors dont really last more than a weekend or two of track use. Is that the same on the M or worst? If i stay with stock pad and they get worn out , what will the service depatment say (sonce it only has 5k miles)? Has anyone done this?
Thanks guys!
A guy that went to VIR with me had one rotor with some warpage/brake deposit that vibrated. He took it into dealer and they replaced both front rotors/pads. The car had ~2,500 miles on it.

Mine lasted thru the weekend, and aren't bad enough to change yet. If I do another track event this fall they'll be toast.

With my e46 330i, I didn't last a weekend w/o the pads melting to the rotors and becoming a grinding mess.
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