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      09-27-2014, 05:53 PM   #1
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Brake pads oem vs Texar

Looking to replace my front pads,car is street driven.I know that oem part number is 34112283865 but many sites list Textar 2331207 as oem front pads and they are $50 cheaper.Does anybody have Textar pads on their M3?

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Don't have any experience with but have you considered Stoptech Street Performance?
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Don't have any experience with but have you considered Stoptech Street Performance?
How do they perform on street ?Low noise and dust is what I'm looking for and how hard are they on rotors.
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Low noise, probably avg dust (similar to oe), and not hard on rotors whatsoever.

Just all around better pads than oe. And if you do want to have a bit of fun, mountain road whatever, they'll hold up.
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Looking to replace my front pads,car is street driven.I know that oem part number is 34112283865 but many sites list Textar 2331207 as oem front pads and they are $50 cheaper.Does anybody have Textar pads on their M3?
BMW pads are rebadged Textar which makes pads for our cars. Get the 233** Textar and save the funds. Same same

I have never ever overheated my street pads and stick with Textar for that reason. On track, thats a diff story.

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