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Lee
11-14-1999, 12:07 PM
I will be udating the braking of my Hartge E30 H25 with M3 struts and brakes. Of course, I will have a 5 bolt pattern now. While I will be doing the upgrade, why not go one step further, and use upgraded M3 brakes.<br>What do you guys upgrade your brakes with. Bigger rotors, 2 piece kits, 6 pot calipers?

Carlos
11-14-1999, 06:09 PM
<i>: I will be udating the braking of my Hartge E30 H25 with M3 struts and brakes. Of course, I will have a 5 bolt pattern now. While I will be doing the upgrade, why not go one step further, and use upgraded M3 brakes.<br>: What do you guys upgrade your brakes with. Bigger rotors, 2 piece kits, 6 pot calipers?<p></i><p>I haven't personally seen any upgraded brakes on the E30 M3, not even on club racers. Perhaps it is because the stock brakes are good enough. Usually a good purposeful pad and some brake ducting is enough to run all day on a race track without problems.<p>Have you seen Tad Laird's car. I believe it is on Gustave's web page www.e30m3performance.com<br>I can't remember if it's under the "Now Showing" section.


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