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      08-02-2018, 07:49 PM   #3
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I would keep the rotors as long as they are in good shape. Get some new pads and fluid. If it's your first go on the track just take it slow and work up to doing the late braking etc. The brakes are very capable and the rotors are huge (370mm). Get into a HPDE with good instructors (BMW CCA) and they will be able to guide you very well in the capabilities of your car. Also take your car to be inspected at a shop that deals with track cars so they can head off any issues. The dealer isn't the place to deal with these issues.
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