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I have them on my car (more) (archive)

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Posted by Matt on September 03, 2001 at 17:47:29:

In Reply to: Anyone know if stock e36 M3 brakes fit our cars? posted by Chris F. on September 02, 2001 at 23:37:27:

I got the calipers machined to fit my car... No problem at all, $70/caliper. He then developed a hub extension plus a spacer and had them tapped so they stay on the hub. The OEM or Euro e36 rotor fit without any problem and work great.

The peddle felt crappy with the OEM 23mm booster with tons of travel. We managed to get the peddle up with an acceptable amount of travel, but it seemed a bit tired. To be on the safe side, I upgraded to the 25mm booster and now my peddle is like a rock!

Can't wait to try'em on the track with the Cool Willy's I got for $100 for the front & rears...

I will snap some shots with Kevin on of these days.

Cheers,
MG



Anyone done this conversion? Easy, hard, impossible?

Any idea what else would need to be changed (brake master cylinder?)

Thanks in advance





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