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Re: AP Brakes (archive)

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Posted by Jeff Donnelly on January 14, 2000 at 14:46:06:

In Reply to: AP Brakes posted by KJK on January 14, 2000 at 12:57:42:

Installation is a snap. Terry and I went through a few combinations of calipers and rotors to find which works best. He aslo has the mounting brackets and lines.

The bias was too much rear due to the lines BMW put on my car. E-mail me your phone # and Ill go over the whole thing for you. Jeff

i>: : I have 6 pot AP Racing calipers on 2 piece rotors on my E34 from KVR. I had alot of problems with bias which were finally solved by Rick Stormer ( after 3 dealers my mechanic, and 2 well known Boston area BMW tuners. They are awsome on the track.

: : Jeff

: Jeff, how much and what was the problem with the bias? Was the installation difficult.

: : : Has anyone tried any sport brake packages from the major BMW tuners. AC Schnitzer, RD Sport, etc. I was looking at the upgraded Porsche 15" that Ultimate Garage sells. Are those any good? any suggestion welcome!!!

: : : Thanks Guys!!!

: : : Chris

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