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Re: Hey Brandon, which brake ducts do you have? (archive)

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Posted by B. Wheaton on January 18, 2002 at 12:07:04:

In Reply to: Hey Brandon, which brake ducts do you have? posted by EricH on January 18, 2002 at 10:42:20:

BMW Original Evo ducts

Driver side:
Air Channel - 51 71 2 238 247
Air Duct - 51 71 2 230 660

Passenger side:
Air Channel - 51 71 2 238 248
Air Duct - 51 71 2 230 042 (WITH A/C CUTOUT)
Air Duct - 51 71 2 230 660 (WITHOUT A/C CUTOUT)

Hardware:
Air duct fixing clamps x4 - 51 71 1 910 956
Expanding Rivets x4 - 51 11 1 908 077

To use these parts you will also need the Evo under tray - 51 71 2 233 043

I suppose that if you're racing you ought to go with the Bimmerworld kit with the ducting all thew way to the rotors - the Evo kit stops at the inner front wheelwell and just dumps ram air into the space behind the front tires.

The Evo kit looks much better though. I dunno why the Bimmerworld kit doesn't use ducts that mount flush from the outside rather than those U-G-L-Y inside mounting ones :^) If you bought the Evo ducts and the rest of the Bimmerworld kit you'd have the best of both worlds. The BMP kit is the same way. I actually ordered the BMP kit first and I was aphalled by the horribly low quality and sent it right back.

Later.
~Brandon



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