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MK Boy
07-09-2001, 09:18 AM
Hi All,

I was having a look through other figures and noticed that whatever they have done has also buggered up the braking, albeit marginal

Standard M3 Sport Auto 12/00
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100 km/h - 0 37.8m (cold)
100 km/h - 0 36.4m (warm)
200 km/h - 0 141.6m

Schnitzer S3 Sport Auto 7/01
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100 km/h - 0 40.2m (cold)
100 km/h - 0 39.4m (warm)
200 km/h - 0 162.4m

Obviously the 100 - 0 stopping isn't that big a difference, however as soon as the speed increases 21 meters from 200 is a big difference.

Just thought you might like to know - and Schnitzer don't even offer a brake downgrade, they give it to you as a no cost option. Can I assume this is also due to the axle ratio's???

MK Boy


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