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      01-20-2009, 03:17 AM   #23
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im lovin my stoptechs after about 1k miles..


didnt think i would notice this much of a difference in just everyday driving.. its so effortless to stop now.. so nice...
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im lovin my stoptechs after about 1k miles..


didnt think i would notice this much of a difference in just everyday driving.. its so effortless to stop now.. so nice...
I had the same experience with both of my E46 M3s which had the front kits only. On the track, it was amazing to me to see how much faster you could go by being able to stop.

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Wow... your StopTechs look BADASS! I am in the market for BBKs and need something to bring my M to a halt with my current upgrades. Did you have any issues with fitting your wheels? Wondered if spacers were needed.
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      01-20-2009, 02:28 PM   #26
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Wow... your StopTechs look BADASS! I am in the market for BBKs and need something to bring my M to a halt with my current upgrades. Did you have any issues with fitting your wheels? Wondered if spacers were needed.


i have plenty of room from the spoke on my wheels...

actually its not even close...
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Stopping will be better, brake fade will also be better.
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