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      02-24-2008, 12:56 AM   #23
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I wonder what kind of offering that stoptech will come up with. Most likely it will be quite a bit more affordable
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      03-05-2008, 12:13 PM   #24
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Is this system made for the M3?

What happens with the ABS and all the electronic stuff? And with the wear sensor that the car has?

Thank you in advance for the answer.
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      03-05-2008, 11:17 PM   #25
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I heard brembo will start taking measurments from the e92 m3 and have kits available in 8-10 weeks.
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      03-06-2008, 01:02 AM   #26
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I heard brembo will start taking measurments from the e92 m3 and have kits available in 8-10 weeks.
Yes, in a few months the rate of aftermarket parts should start to pick up.
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      03-10-2008, 11:47 PM   #27
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      03-26-2008, 01:06 AM   #28
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1- slots>drill for track purposes and prevention of cracking under heavy use, also I do believe there is less brake dust
2- drill>slot for cooling, generally
3- brembo has NOT come out with a BBK for the M3, so this is probably another Brembo BBK that was adapted to work with the M3
4- 60-0 times will probably be the same if not LONGER than the stockers, as the purpose of a BBK is to have continuous fade-free braking, something not common with OE M3 brakes

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I'm getting those!!! The brakes on my M3 really suck after a couple of laps!!!!
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I'm getting those!!! The brakes on my M3 really suck after a couple of laps!!!!
Get the brembo GTR. Only 14k or so.
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      04-03-2008, 08:34 PM   #31
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14K?????????? No way!!! That much!!!!
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14K?????????? Now way!!! That much!!!!
but have you seen them? my buddy has them on his gt3 club racer and they feel better than my ceramics.

http://www.rogueengineering.com/Merc...ategory_Code=B
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      04-03-2008, 09:52 PM   #33
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yeah gtrs are top notch best brakes in the world. only diff btw them and the bbks is the calipers (major diff)
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      04-03-2008, 09:59 PM   #34
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I bought these for a custom C55 TT AMG and the option cost me $8 thousand with 8 piston calipers!! Why $14K? Canīt get them for less?
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I bought these for a custom C55 TT AMG and the option cost me $8 thousand with 8 piston calipers!! Why $14K? Canīt get them for less?
inflation. my friend got his for 11k a couple of years ago.
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      04-03-2008, 10:01 PM   #36
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Do they even make these for the E92 M3?
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Do they even make these for the E92 M3?
It's a custom order job so I'm sure you could get it for a prius if you wanted.
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      04-03-2008, 10:07 PM   #38
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I will check it out, thanks for all the info!! I think I will get them!!!!
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      04-03-2008, 10:16 PM   #39
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Nonono hold on Mexico. Wait till they make a specific application for the E92 M3 (won't be that long). I had a Brembo-employed dude talk to me (not a rep) about why you should get a set MADE for the car, as compared to an equivalent one that you adjust to suit. I can link you the thread (other forum) if you want. This has nothing to do with price, as the similar ones are the same price.

Now, GTR and GT are two different brake systems. The GTR will cost 14K for all 4 wheels, whereas the GT will cost ~ 8K. The difference, as I mentioned above, is mainly the caliper, in that for the GTR, it is made of something else (don't know what) and is quite a bit lighter and stronger.
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Why not drilled discs?
Drilled discs have a bad tendency to crack unless they have a high carbon content, like the brakes on the new F430 Scuderia. Drilled rotors are great for cooling but don't last long so they are great for race cars, because most race teams replace all of the brake components before every race, but for the average track using M3 enthusiast, slotted rotors are a much more practical solution.

I've never seen Brembo have rotors that look like those though. They look awesome. Where's the wheels?
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I'm getting those!!! The brakes on my M3 really suck after a couple of laps!!!!
M---You're a modding fool!!!
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M---You're an expensive modding fool!!!
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Nonono hold on Mexico. Wait till they make a specific application for the E92 M3 (won't be that long). I had a Brembo-employed dude talk to me (not a rep) about why you should get a set MADE for the car, as compared to an equivalent one that you adjust to suit. I can link you the thread (other forum) if you want. This has nothing to do with price, as the similar ones are the same price.

Now, GTR and GT are two different brake systems. The GTR will cost 14K for all 4 wheels, whereas the GT will cost ~ 8K. The difference, as I mentioned above, is mainly the caliper, in that for the GTR, it is made of something else (don't know what) and is quite a bit lighter and stronger.
All GTR sets are custom from what my friend told me. There are no specific application kits. If you go club racing you can't go wrong with it. It'll be way better than the GT kit.
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