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      01-05-2013, 11:20 PM   #23
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Goodyear tires seem to be even meatier than Michelin PSS
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      01-06-2013, 12:16 AM   #24
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...also i've never seen so many conterbalancing weights on a rim before.. the front rim looks like there is 100+gms of weight.
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      01-06-2013, 12:32 AM   #25
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I awared of that too... Is that the quality issue of the rims?

But i tried 90mph and no vibrations at all so it seems fine to me.
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I really like the side profile pic!
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hows the msport brakes? is the initial bite increased?
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No. The feel of the brake is quite soft, even compare with my old 2009 A4. But if brake hard, the stopping power is much better.

Have a talk with BMW sales last week and the brake discs can be "upgraded" to M-perf version without any extra modification. Want to know if there's any performance gain.... The cost is $1500USD which is more affordable compared with the complete M-perf brake kit.
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No. The feel of the brake is quite soft, even compare with my old 2009 A4. But if brake hard, the stopping power is much better.

Have a talk with BMW sales last week and the brake discs can be "upgraded" to M-perf version without any extra modification. Want to know if there's any performance gain.... The cost is $1500USD which is more affordable compared with the complete M-perf brake kit.
Mostly cosmetic for bigger brake look. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
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Mostly cosmetic for bigger brake look. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
Yea, I think you are right
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No. The feel of the brake is quite soft, even compare with my old 2009 A4. But if brake hard, the stopping power is much better.

Have a talk with BMW sales last week and the brake discs can be "upgraded" to M-perf version without any extra modification. Want to know if there's any performance gain.... The cost is $1500USD which is more affordable compared with the complete M-perf brake kit.
This sounds quite weird to me as I also have the M Sport brakes and the initial bite is pretty good. I certainly don't think the brake feel is soft at all. It definitely is not super stiff though.
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      01-09-2013, 05:26 AM   #32
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I hope there's nothing wrong with my particular sample. Also the brake start to have squeaks everytime I'm footing it.
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