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Can the mov'it guys give us the new Porsche ceramic brakes?

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Just checked out the Porsche site on the new TT. Brakes look awesome!

But I'm left to wonder: How long before mov'it can fit these nutty brakes to an E39?
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the $20,000 per set price is for the GT2 long distance brakes... I doubt that the regular 996 TT brakes would even come close to that figure... probably a little less than $10,000 for both front and rear for the same brakes to be put on the M5....
 

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Unless you are driving on the track regularly, I don't think you will notice a difference. Might even be worse, because I bet the brakes take a little while to heat up. Racing GT2 conditions are far different than street and the occasional track event.
 

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I don't know. The ability to stop on a *freaking* dime regularly with no fade and basically no wear on the system sounds extremely appealing to me. I'd certainly dip a little deeper into the engine's lovely power reserves more frequently.

Also, less wear means not as much brake dust to deal with. I really like clean wheels
 
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