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Old 25th February 2009, 22:10   #821
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Hi David !

I'm well chuffed with them indeed !

They're the Brembo 1B47001A set...332x32...second hand...quite a bargain...they should bolt straight on (E34 M5 brackets)....not sure though...

Fingers crossed!



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4 piston caliper?
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Old 26th February 2009, 15:26   #823
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Yes..they're 4 piston calipers..
Just tried them on my old shocks and they fit perfectly
Got them with near new Pagid Black fitted...will try those first otherwise i'll go for Ferodo 3000.

Can't wait to test them on the Nordschleife!
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Old 27th February 2009, 14:58   #824
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Yes..they're 4 piston calipers..
Just tried them on my old shocks and they fit perfectly
Got them with near new Pagid Black fitted...will try those first otherwise i'll go for Ferodo 3000.

Can't wait to test them on the Nordschleife!

nice kit man! do you know what car itīs off?
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they look like the brembo e34 front kit!
Take a look at tirerack.com, they're available for about $2k US for the front kit with single piece rotors.

Ray should submit his pic, looks better than the stock photo tirerack shows!
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Ill add mine to here, 1990 3.6 with 176k. I want to lower the front and fit either M para's or genuine 17" staggered alpinas.

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Looking good!

T-stars look nice on the car. The only thing I'm not crazy about are those front corners (Go OE!)



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Ill add mine to here, 1990 3.6 with 176k. I want to lower the front and fit either M para's or genuine 17" staggered alpinas.

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I am in NY too. Are you in or near the 5 boroughs?
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hey squashed monkey! go oe for the front signals and m-tech mirrors! car looks really good on those wheels!
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