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      01-20-2013, 05:48 PM   #1
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Pre LCI E90 335 17" wheels. Will they fit over F30 M-Sport brakes?

I'm currently running them on a 2011 E90 M-Sport w/ snows and they fit fine.

Specifically these : http://www.bavauto.com/fland.asp?par...06%20764%20622
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328" msport. Not 335. 328 has dame brakes just diff pads but 335 has larger calipers
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EU-standard M-Sport brakes with blue caliper are bigger than 335 brakes. Minimum wheel size is 18". And not all 18" wheels will fit either.
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I'm reading elsewhere that some folks are getting away with 17s on their m-sport 335s.

So I guess I'll ask again. Does anyone think the setup above would work on m-sport?
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I'm reading elsewhere that some folks are getting away with 17s on their m-sport 335s.

So I guess I'll ask again. Does anyone think the setup above would work on m-sport?
should fit-- US spec Msports have the same brakes as non msport, just EU spec pads.
im running 17" snows no problem, the snows from my e90 fit.
sensors will not work 100%, you'll have an error on every startup that goes away (the sensors will transmit data, but the car will error at every start)
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