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My rear breaksdisc are alittle loose and ned to be change, i deal with aftermarket breaks but non of them have disc for E39 M5, thay are alittle special as you know. then i was i Germany last week and there i sew to E46 M3 one of them a CSL with porsche breaks compleed system, so i was wandering if thats a big conversion whare you need everything calibers ect. or if it is posible to take a disc from a 9something and mount on the M5. Thay are nice to look at with all those holes - so please if you know somthing or have expiriensed it please let me know.
 

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msport said:
My rear breaksdisc are alittle loose and ned to be change, i deal with aftermarket breaks but non of them have disc for E39 M5, thay are alittle special as you know. then i was i Germany last week and there i sew to E46 M3 one of them a CSL with porsche breaks compleed system, so i was wandering if thats a big conversion whare you need everything calibers ect. or if it is posible to take a disc from a 9something and mount on the M5. Thay are nice to look at with all those holes - so please if you know somthing or have expiriensed it please let me know.
You saw a Mov'it big brake kit based on parts from the Porsche 993TT. They're at www.movit.de.

I wrote installation instructions for the Mov'it E39 M5 front and rear kits. See:
http://www.zeckhausen.com/E39_BMW_Front_Install.htm and
http://www.zeckhausen.com/E39_BMW_Rear_Install.htm for details.

There are alternative brake kits for the M5 from Brembo and StopTech. You can see more information about them on my site: http://www.zeckhausen.com/BMW/E39_M5.htm
 

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Ag02M5 said:
Hi.

Does Mov'it provide any brackets, etc. say if I source the calipers from somewhere else?
They don't because the calipers also need to be machined to fit the M5.
 
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