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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 Mon, Jan-19-2009, 09:20:33 PM   #21
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when you go to thier site and select US Currency it shows them for around $1,100!!

Some other thoughts -
- Do these come with rotors? Or would you have to buy your own ZCP rotors?
- I agree the color is nasty. I would repaint these red.
- Any more info on what the custom part is that allows the retrofit?
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I just talked to them personally they come with CSL rotors, as a complete kit.
I have ordered a set to compare with my stoptech's that are going on the car this wed. I rather have 6 pot vs 4 pot so I am going to do some comparison on these. I will definitely post a review on this setup.
I know the yellow for some people is gay but for that price you can get them re-painted hell pink if you like JK...
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any idea if these will fit behind the ZCP front wheels? Most other kits require a spacer with the ZCP wheel. This would be a nice advantage over some of the other kits.

Do you mind sharing what you paid in US currency?

Please post pics / DIY when you receive - Im sure others are very excited to see how this works out as well.
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I just talked to them personally they come with CSL rotors, as a complete kit.
I have ordered a set to compare with my stoptech's that are going on the car this wed. I rather have 6 pot vs 4 pot so I am going to do some comparison on these. I will definitely post a review on this setup.
I know the yellow for some people is gay but for that price you can get them re-painted hell pink if you like JK...
6 pot vs 4 pot differences is minimal. it will be even pad wear at best but stopping power won't be reduce heavily.
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I have not paid for them yet, I just talked to Anthony he is trying to make a deal with the shipping company because of all the overseas orders has gotten.
I think he is overwhelmed.
As far as zcp rims goes I will ask him for you. I am suppose to talk to him again today.
These are made by Brembo, and BMW OEM. For the price you cant go wrong.
I am going with the calipers and brackets only so its going to cost around 1200.00. As I stated I am not sure regarding the shipping yet.
but will updated.
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6 pot vs 4 pot differences is minimal. it will be even pad wear at best but stopping power won't be reduce heavily.
Yes true but if I am going to save 900.00 dollars I rather go with the oem's.
Spend the 900 on a rear setup.
They are working on a competition setup for the rear, so for about the price of one stoptech kit I can get the front and rears upgraded.
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i remember reading somewhere that the pistons crack under heavy use on the track? DId they resolve this issue? that was with the 1 series if I remember correctly. still a great set up for day to day though
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i remember reading somewhere that the pistons crack under heavy use on the track? DId they resolve this issue? that was with the 1 series if I remember correctly. still a great set up for day to day though
I am not sure but he swears by them and I know they race M3's, and they use them on their race cars.
Plus he said HAWK is suppose to be coming out with a track compound for these rotors.
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Looks good and fits most individual's buget. Good upgrade if you need to replace the brakes anyway.

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Are there any other rotors available in the csl size of 345X28 for the front? Can these calipers be used with any other rotors besides csl/zcp rotors?
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