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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 Thu, Jul-27-2017, 02:16:05 PM   #1
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Default PFC V3 Rear rotors

Does anyone have these? Can anybody confirm that they are V3 and can still take the ebrake?

part# 328.061.63 and 64

Found them in pfc's catalog but can't seem to find an instance of someone having them.

UPDATE: Alright so I might have some good news about these, I was talking with speedfreaks and they said PFC could potentially do a small run of these if there is enough interest. Would anyone like something like this? Waiting for exact details but it would be stock 328 size with a steel V3 hat for the parking brake.

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Default Re: PFC V3 Rear rotors

I can't help you with the rears. I just bought V3s for the front and installed exactly the same as V2.

Why not ask your selling retailer? They should know.
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Yep just talked to them apparently it should be a future product...pretty cool
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Yep just talked to them apparently it should be a future product...pretty cool
Nice! Is this for their BBK or their stock replacement rotors? Looks like they are switching more and more stuff over to v3 which is awesome.

Edit: Also did you find out if it works with the ebrake?
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Nice! Is this for their BBK or their stock replacement rotors? Looks like they are switching more and more stuff over to v3 which is awesome.

Edit: Also did you find out if it works with the ebrake?
The product listed was a stock replacement which would have (I assume) worked with the ebrake.

Sadly no one can get it even though it's in PFC's partlist and has a part#.

Apparently something has been in development for quite a while but with no end in sight.

So sadly this ends in disapointment!
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The product listed was a stock replacement which would have (I assume) worked with the ebrake.

Sadly no one can get it even though it's in PFC's partlist and has a part#.

Apparently something has been in development for quite a while but with no end in sight.

So sadly this ends in disapointment!
Bummer is that what PFC said themselves or their stockists?
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Bummer is that what PFC said themselves or their stockists?
Contacted a couple places, most gave me a quote initially but came back saying that they couldn't get any from PFC after checking with them.
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Alright so I might have some good news about these, I was talking with speedfreaks and they said PFC could potentially do a small run of these if there is enough interest. Would anyone like something like this? Waiting for exact details but it would be stock 328 size with a steel V3 hat for the parking brake.
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Check if they still require the different sized PFC pad. The old rear DD's can't fit a stock sized pad without grinding it down.
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