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Old 01-06-2013, 11:51 PM
Skaggs1204 Skaggs1204 is offline
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Mein Auto: 2008 335i M-Sport Coupe
Question E92 335i Brakes/Rotors

It's about time for a new set of brakes and rotors, I would like to have slotted and drilled calipers and a good set of brakes to really bring the car alive. I don't want to sacrifice any performace what so ever but I want something thats going to last and look good.

I have a 335i M-Sport, I'm just saying that because I don't know if that makes a diffrence in the type of rotor and brake comound that are put on stock, but I know they are stock.
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