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      02-07-2013, 11:16 PM   #1
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Brembo 365/345 same weight as stock?

http://www.eurotuner.com/techarticle...r/viewall.html

This article says there are no weight savings, while many others have said that there are roughly 24lbs in savings. What gives? Anyone have an answer to this?

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i thought what they said was generally true. the rotors are bigger usually in diameter and thickness so often heavier. the calipers are also usually of larger size but of lighter weight material. Pads end up being heavier as well because they are larger covering a larger swept area. you get more thermal capacity and larger stopping power with a slight weight loss. there is a thread comparing weight of each kit somewhere here.
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i thought what they said was generally true. the rotors are bigger usually in diameter and thickness so often heavier. the calipers are also usually of larger size but of lighter weight material. Pads end up being heavier as well because they are larger covering a larger swept area. you get more thermal capacity and larger stopping power with a slight weight loss. there is a thread comparing weight of each kit somewhere here.
Taken from the sticky in this section:
"BRAKES
Stock assembly (F/R): 37.2/30.7 lbs
F caliper assemb: 14.5 lbs with pads and rubber line (Badfish weighed this)
F rotor assemb: 22.7 lbs (Badfish weighed this)
R caliper assemb: 11.0 lbs with pads and rubber line (Badfish weighed this)
R rotor assemb: 19.7 lbs (Badfish weighed this)

Brembo 365x34 (F) 345x28 (R) Kit
Brembo F caliper assemb: 14.0 lb (weighed by sparkyg)
Brembo F rotor assemb: 24.5 lb (weighed by sparkyg)
Brembo R caliper assemb: 9.5 lb (weighed by sparkyg)
Brembo R rotor assemb: 15.0 lb (weighed by sparkyg)
Cost: ~$6100
Weight savings: 9.8 lbs
cost/benefit: $622/lbs
http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthr...15#post5194815

Stoptech 380x35 (F) 355x32 (R) Kit
Stoptech F caliper assemb: 13.11 lbs with pads & bracket (Badfish weighed this)
Stoptech F rotor assemb: 21.01 lbs (Badfish weighed this)
Stoptech R caliper assemb: 11.15 lbs with pads & bracket (Badfish weighed this)
Stoptech R rotor assemb: 19.33 lbs (Badfish weighed this)
Cost: $5890
Weight savings: 4.6 lbs
cost/benefit: $1280/lbs
http://www.**********s.com/product.a...BK_E92_M3_RS10
http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=150944

Performance Friction 371x32 (F) 372x30 (R) Kit (prototype, production will use slightly ligther brackets)
Performance Friction F caliper and rotor assemb: 28 lbs with pads & bracket (James C weighed this)
Performance Friction R caliper and rotor assemb: 34 lbs (James C weighed this)
Cost: $8000
Weight savings: 12 lbs
cost/benefit: $666/lbs
http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthr...=232463&page=3
http://www.nexternal.com/bimmerworl/Product1060"
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