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E46 M3 (2001-2006) Engine: S54 - Max Hp: 333 hp at 7,900 rpm / 262 lb/ft at 4,900 rpm
Total Produced: 45,000+ - Years Produced: 2001 to 2006.


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Old Tue, Jun-19-2018, 09:41:25 PM   #1
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Update: Survey has been revised as of June 29th. Based on the feedback from our original survey, we have made revisions in order to offer more useful information. If you have taken the survey before this date, we ask that you take it again so we can get a complete picture of which braking components you are using.

There are a lot of performance braking component options on the market. APEX has always been a company dedicated to the community, and your feedback is invaluable. Thousands of you have taken our surveys in the past, and we do consider your input in our decision making.

With this data, we hope to explain many trends that we see in the performance braking industry. Your feedback will give us a broad perspective and allow us to provide information and solutions to your performance braking needs. This survey is tailored towards track enthusiasts, and braking components for track use will be our primary focus.

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Done!
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Old Tue, Jun-19-2018, 11:01:04 PM   #3
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Finished. From what I can tell 90% of the people that track their car on this forum use PFC.
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Old Wed, Jun-20-2018, 01:00:34 AM   #4
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Done. PFC-11/SRF.
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Default Re: ► APEX Survey - Tell us which performance brake pad & fluid you prefer.

Done as well. PFC08/Motul 600
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Default Re: ► APEX Survey - Tell us which performance brake pad & fluid you prefer.

Hawk DTC-60/SRF, but switching to Endless after I rebuild these stock POS's.
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Done - PFC11/Motul 600
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Hawk DTC-60/SRF, but switching to Endless after I rebuild these stock POS's.
Any reason why? Currently on PFC08/SRF
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Any reason why? Currently on PFC08/SRF
Pedal feel. Something about compressibility. I haven't tried it, but a bunch of track buddies use it and recommended it. $80 vs $60 or whatever SRF is.
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PFC/SRF.

Only thing that could move me to change would be equal performance, in all aspects (can't really imagine better), for cheaper.
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