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Best setup I have heard of is AP (more)... (archive)

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Posted by Matt on September 30, 2001 at 02:38:19:

In Reply to: Hmm Excellent response, but then I was over 11" posted by Mel on September 29, 2001 at 21:31:20:

#1 reason being then ability to run this set up with a 16" wheel. A good 16" wheel wieghts a lot less then the minimum 17's that are necessary with a Brembo redline or move-it kit.

I have 16" Hartge 11 spokes and like the wieght, proper offset, look... etc.. However, the offset proved to work against me using this set-up. Once I warp or wear out these rotors, I will have a set of custom 2-piece rotors made. The custom spacers and hub extension will go up for sale.

Wilwoods and Brembo make exceptional gear that will fit on our cars, but considering cost I thought the e36 m3 brakes would make the most sense. They are OEM parts with tons of aftermarket rotors, pads plus dust shields for everyday driving.


I was thinking the euro 2 pc rotors w/ the Wilwood 6 piston caliper, but this spacer behind the rotor i don't like the idea of that,, maybe I should go down the route of getting the GOLD Brembo motorsport setup from REDLINE?

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