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      10-13-2009, 03:49 PM   #1
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Brembo BBK Front and Rear 15" RED

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      10-13-2009, 03:50 PM   #2
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      10-14-2009, 07:21 AM   #4
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Did the kit come from your ride?
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What's the color of the brake calipers???
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      10-14-2009, 09:29 AM   #6
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What's the color of the brake calipers???
title says "RED"
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........tempting.........
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      10-14-2009, 02:15 PM   #8
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Will post pictures soon.....

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      10-14-2009, 03:10 PM   #10
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Red calipers work on a white, black, grey, or silver car. They just don't look right on Interlagos Blue. For that price they wouldn't hurt, but I'm retiring the e92 for a long while, so I can't justify the expenditure just yet.

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Where did you get it from originally?
Any track or auto X days?
Still using the original pads the kit came with?
15" rotor is the 380mm kit right, so will only fit under 19" wheels?
Why you selling them??
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Where did you get it from originally?
Any track or auto X days?
Still using the original pads the kit came with?
15" rotor is the 380mm kit right, so will only fit under 19" wheels?
Why you selling them??
Thanks.

+1 on all that
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Also want to know if the rear is the new 4 pot monoblock caliper or the older version?
Slotted or drilled rotors?
If possible, would like to know how thick the rotors are, thank you.
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      10-14-2009, 04:38 PM   #14
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Where did you get it from originally?
Any track or auto X days?
Still using the original pads the kit came with?
15" rotor is the 380mm kit right, so will only fit under 19" wheels?
Why you selling them??
Thanks.
I originally got it from SONIC Motorsports.
The brakes never been to track, only use for daily driving.
It is still using the original pads that come from brembo.
The front is 6 Piston monoblock caliper with 15 inch rotors and the rear is the new 4 Piston caliper with 15 inch rotors as well
The brakes were used for 4 months.
Part out the car so no longer need the brakes..

Hope i answer all your questions..

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      10-14-2009, 04:39 PM   #15
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Also want to know if the rear is the new 4 pot monoblock caliper or the older version?
Slotted or drilled rotors?
If possible, would like to know how thick the rotors are, thank you.
New 4 Piston monoblock..
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Thanks. The reason I asked about the rear, I think the 15" rotor now might be paired with 6 piston caliper.
Would you be willing to just sell the front separately?
Looking forward to seeing pics.
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      10-14-2009, 05:00 PM   #17
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Thanks. The reason I asked about the rear, I think the 15" rotor now might be paired with 6 piston caliper.
Would you be willing to just sell the front separately?
Looking forward to seeing pics.
I kind a want to sell it as a pair front and rear because its gonna hard for me to sell the rear later on if i sell the front first. Will send pictures to you asap... I'll probably have a pictures tomorrow.. thanks
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I kind a want to sell it as a pair front and rear because its gonna hard for me to sell the rear later on if i sell the front first. Will send pictures to you asap... I'll probably have a pictures tomorrow.. thanks
Totally understandable.
Slotted or drilled?
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its a drilled rotor... just get the whole set...
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was this used on your 335 or M3 ?
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Thanks. The reason I asked about the rear, I think the 15" rotor now might be paired with 6 piston caliper.
Would you be willing to just sell the front separately?
Looking forward to seeing pics.
The recommended Brembo setup is 6 pot fronts and 4 pot rears with 380mm rotors. The setup he is selling here is the recommended M3 setup.
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The recommended Brembo setup is 6 pot fronts and 4 pot rears with 380mm rotors. The setup he is selling here is the recommended M3 setup.
380mm rotor does not fit under 18" wheels which for me might be an issue.
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