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No. Otherwise we would all do it. (more) (archive)

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Posted by CFL on July 19, 2000 at 12:39:02:

In Reply to: Matthew, do the e36 m3 bolt right in.? eom posted by Ritter on July 19, 2000 at 11:56:56:

I am going to e36m3 brakes soon, I have complete front calipers/metal masters/slotted rotors for sale. The calipers and pads are in great condition, pads at 60+ percent and calipers are clean w/o any leaks. Rotors are starting to warp slightly, i.e., vibration at high-speeds 60MPH+ when braking hard.

They will be available shortly, in a week or or two.

Email me privately if interested,
MG


What I've seen is people using the E36 M3 rotors (euro ones that are floating design) along with 4 piston calipers (Brembo for example). You always end up making a custom caliper bracket.

If the swap was a direct bolt in people would've been doing this for years, ala E28 folks with E34 brakes.



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