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Old 03-23-2012, 08:34 PM
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Originally Posted by smolck View Post
I highly suggest doing the rears as well. Yes, it requires removing the ZHP trailing arms and half shafts but when I put ZHP front brakes on my 323 it did little to help braking. It wasn't until I added the rears it really made a difference you could feel. I was told by some people that adding just the bigger front calipers makes the brake bias get out of whack. Not sure I agree, but hopefully this info is helpful.

So, how do the B and C pillars look in that car?
Makes sense. The e46 already has a bias that's too far forward. Increasing the rotor size and piston diameter will shift it even farther up. Restoring the balance via rear brakes would probably make the car feel a lot better at the limits
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