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Hey guys how you doin today? I was wonderig where i could find those porsche gt2 brakes for an m5? I heard they are made by movit?
Do you have a site or a price?
Also, do they just install straightforward or do they have to be modified? thanks
 

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If you're in the US, Movit North America (http://www.ultimategarage.com/bigbrake1.html) is the distributor for the Movit stuff.

Be aware that there are questions about the E39 cars' wheel bearing longevity and runout, which may prevent fixed multiple-piston caliper setups from working correctly.
 

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http://www.movit.de

I've the normal Porsche 993 Biturbo brakes on all wheels installed, because than you can use even the 17" winter tyres still.
Look good - feels good!
Sorry to bring up an OOOOLD thread, but I'd really like to know how this is done [Porsche 993 brakes on a 3.6 M5]. I've been thinking about this for a while. Can anyone help?

Thanks
Cole
 

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There is an E34 M5 application

Contact member DickRS for this, he is the official Mov'it seller for The Netherlands and I'm sure he'll be more than happy to assist.

Wout
 

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7 year old thread. This is a record from my memory!

But kudos for searching and adding to the topic!

:)

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