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Mike M
01-07-1999, 11:47 PM
It's time for new set of brakes on my '95 540ia. Can you folks give me suggestions on the best replacements? I commute 60 miles everyday in heavy traffic and drive fairly hard when I do get some room. I also plan on attending at least one driving school this year. Any other "must have" upgrades?<br>Great to have an E34 board!

Greg
01-08-1999, 12:44 AM
<i>: I have just ordered rotors and pads from Mesa performance for the same car. My mechanic who's worked on BMWs for 20 years highly recommended Power discs from ATE. I also ordered Repco brake pads which I've driven on very hard in the past and have had great luck with. Go to Mesaperformance.com and check them out.<p></i>

Andy Peavy
01-08-1999, 10:11 AM
I have been using stock brakes for all my driving schools. The only thing I would recommend upgrading is the fluid. Flush the old fluid out and use either ATE Super Blue or ATE typ 200.<p>MHO<p>Andy Peavy<br>91 535i<br>email: apeavy@yahoo.com<p><i>: It's time for new set of brakes on my '95 540ia. Can you folks give me suggestions on the best replacements? I commute 60 miles everyday in heavy traffic and drive fairly hard when I do get some room. I also plan on attending at least one driving school this year. Any other "must have" upgrades?<br>: Great to have an E34 board!<p></i>


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