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      06-01-2016, 01:41 PM   #1
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If you don't know this, us e90/e92 owners can only use the fronts, so we have no use for the rears. Because the rears don't bolt on, they require some machining and it's just too much work.

I just sold my M Performance Rear Caliper kit to dd1981 So I'll post up pics from his kit.

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Anyways, I just convinced my cousin to get these brakes for this e92 and he agreed. So here I am, trying to sell another M Performance Rear Caliper kit.

I'm looking for someone who wants the rears caliper set. Asking $650 shipped.
Totally worth it I should be getting your package tomorrow.
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Is this an easy bolt-on install for my 2013 335i M Sport? I would need to buy separate 345mm rear rotors to make this work correct (I have the silver-colored 1 piston with 330mm rotors currently)?
You need to get the 345mm rotors and yes the calipers bolt right up to your f30. Code the rear as well to 345x24
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Is this an easy bolt-on install for my 2013 335i M Sport? I would need to buy separate 345mm rear rotors to make this work correct (I have the silver-colored 1 piston with 330mm rotors currently)?
Perfect match.
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Is this an easy bolt-on install for my 2013 335i M Sport? I would need to buy separate 345mm rear rotors to make this work correct (I have the silver-colored 1 piston with 330mm rotors currently)?
I'm pretty sure you'll need the 345x24mm rotor, I'm not sure if you can use your stock rotors.
dd1981 found a cheaper rotor, the zimmerman brand.

I know with the e90, you can use the stock 336x22 rotor. But that after machining 7-9mm off the tabs. to center it properly for the 22mm wide rotor.


And as for the unpainted front calipers: dd1981 painted his. and it looks great. And it's pretty much a spot on match, check out his photos above.

He used this kit, which was $50
https://scratchwizard.net/bmw-phoeni...ray-paint.html
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Thanks dd1981.

PeterParker - Presuming you got the M Performance package for ~$1240 which came with the 4 piston front Brembo calipers and 370mm drilled/slotted rotors, the pricing for just the rear calipers alone seem a bit much. I'll send you a PM with a lower bid than you're asking.
Can you send me a link, that sounds like one hell of a deal?!!!!!
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Thanks dd1981.

PeterParker - Presuming you got the M Performance package for ~$1240 which came with the 4 piston front Brembo calipers and 370mm drilled/slotted rotors, the pricing for just the rear calipers alone seem a bit much. I'll send you a PM with a lower bid than you're asking.
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I'm pretty sure you'll need the 345x24mm rotor, I'm not sure if you can use your stock rotors.
dd1981 found a cheaper rotor, the zimmerman brand.

I know with the e90, you can use the stock 336x22 rotor. But that after machining 7-9mm off the tabs. to center it properly for the 22mm wide rotor.


And as for the unpainted front calipers: dd1981 painted his. and it looks great. And it's pretty much a spot on match, check out his photos above.

He used this kit, which was $50
https://scratchwizard.net/bmw-phoeni...ray-paint.html
Here is everything else I purchased:

*As peter provided the link above but here it is again:
https://scratchwizard.net/bmw-phoeni...ray-paint.html
*Got the rotors here, but proceed with caution if you buy I am 99% certain the F10 rears work but for a $95 set of Zimmermen BMW vendor Ill take the chance and find out. So far all my research shows they will fit.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/221778922114...%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

*I got the stickers here:
I felt I didn't want to do a solo ///M as I felt it should be more unique and a bit different.
CAUTIONIf you go this route, you must cut the motorsport tri colors and scoot them closer to the M due to the fact that they will just be about 2mm longer and wont fit on the caliper face perfectly. But once you do this yore set
http://www.ebay.com/itm/201481111278
This ebay seller is in Novi Sad, Serbia and the stickers are high temp and super high quality. Great seller and fast shipper, I got the stuff in less then a week. Opt for the silver finish. Support my fellow countryman

*If you plan on DIY like I am you will most certainly need this:
http://www.amazon.com/Motive-Product...motive+bleeder

*Brake fluid I purchased at alocal BMW dealer.

Make sure to use LOTS and LOTS of clear coat gloss. I even went to Advance auto and got a high quiality super gloss finish, as the rear OEM brembos are VERY glossy. Thats when the match as %98 spot on.

Good Luck, Have fun...and if you need help you know where to find us.
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Sold out...!

Best price around is $1550.
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Thanks dd1981.

PeterParker - Presuming you got the M Performance package for ~$1240 which came with the 4 piston front Brembo calipers and 370mm drilled/slotted rotors, the pricing for just the rear calipers alone seem a bit much. I'll send you a PM with a lower bid than you're asking.
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Sold out...!

Best price around is $1550.
Yup I saw that too. They did say they only have 2 left. Try and negotiate...
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That auction ended just 2 days ago and I know you were the one who bought it. I'll wait, as I know there will be more listed soon.
I did purchase a different kit from the same seller... 3 weeks ago for my self and the other member above me. So Booya~! and stop making assumptions because I didn't purchase the 2nd kit yet.

I'm still waiting for a buyer+deposit prior to pulling the trigger. & If I did get it for this price I would adjust the price accordingly. But nothing close to your offer, sorry. For that price I'd machine it to fit and throw it on my cousin's e92.

At the moment the price of the rear caliper kit that I'm selling is based off of the price for this kit, $1570
http://www.ebay.com/itm/BMW-M-Perfor...FXGlCg&vxp=mtr

If you want, you can buy the kit and sell me the fronts!

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Yup I saw that too. They did say they only have 2 left. Try and negotiate...
Once I find a buyer, I'll try too. Or hope that another great deal pops up.
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I did purchase a different kit from the same seller... 3 weeks ago for my self and the other member above me. So Booya~! and stop making assumptions because I didn't purchase the 2nd kit yet.

I'm still waiting for a buyer+deposit prior to pulling the trigger. & If I did get it for this price I would adjust the price accordingly. But nothing close to your offer, sorry. For that price I'd machine it to fit and throw it on my cousin's e92.

At the moment the price of the rear caliper kit that I'm selling is based off of the price for this kit, $1570
http://www.ebay.com/itm/BMW-M-Perfor...FXGlCg&vxp=mtr

If you want, you can buy the kit and sell me the fronts!
I can vouch that he will adjust the price. Our initial sale was based off of that same ebay sale for $1450, but I found the link was cheaper and we adjusted my price accordingly. I assure you peterparker is great to deal with and very honest.

The $1550 kit is from a different seller..FYI

Here is my reaction to him when I found that link so you have some reassurance. I am leaving out some of our personal details but you get the point.

And for what its worth (of course do your own negotiating) Even at around $600 bucks the kit is so worth it, since from a dealer its like $600 per rear caliper without any hardware or pads. Just saying.
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But I don't think you'll do it.
For that price I won't, sorry!


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I can vouch that he will adjust the price. Our initial sale was based off of that same ebay sale for $1450, but I found the link was cheaper and we adjusted my price accordingly. I assure you peterparker is great to deal with and very honest.
Thanks buddy! Much appreciated. And thanks for keeping me in the loop with everything, Let me know if there's anything else that I can help you out with.

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Thanks dd1981 for all your guidance and info. I made PeterParker an offer already through PM but it's on the low side of what he's asking here. I have no urgency to buy these now and will just wait until I can get a great deal. The rears are really just for cosmetic reasons (at least for me).
Understood. If I do find a cheaper kit, I will give you a counter offer. That's if it's still available.
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Thanks dd1981 for all your guidance and info. I made PeterParker an offer already through PM but it's on the low side of what he's asking here. I have no urgency to buy these now and will just wait until I can get a great deal. The rears are really just for cosmetic reasons (at least for me).
I totally understand it's why I'm obviously not tossing around prices and what I gave money wise, it was a different situation. And I agree it's cosmetic at best it's why I didn't even bother jumping on rotors right away, I found some quality Zimmerman.

I'm just being neutral and just vouching he's not trying to cheat or get rich. My deciding factor is I have never been able to find rear calipers for what I paid him so I jumped on it. It worked for me, doesn't mean it will work for you.

I honestly was happy rear the kit didn't come with rear slotted and dimpled rotors as I would have had to dish out out $450 for fronts to match...so it worked for me the route I took.

Hang in there there will be more. There are a couple used blue ones on eBay, but they're asking stupid money! $409 each USED!!!!

http://m.ebay.com/itm/Rear-Left-M-Bl...ATCHING_ACTIVE

I even wrote them and sent the links to brand new kits. They said call them and they can come down a bit....nah no thanks I found new yellow the color I wanted.
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Where you live there is abundance of truck stops. Try to find alu-Brite. They use it to clean the wheels and the fuel tanks on semi trucks. I have found that works well for cleaning the aluminum hats on these rotors. Just do not spray on you caliper and wheels. It will damage the paint.
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Where you live there is abundance of truck stops. Try to find alu-Brite. They use it to clean the wheels and the fuel tanks on semi trucks. I have found that works well for cleaning the aluminum hats on these rotors. Just do not spray on you caliper and wheels. It will damage the paint.
Great pointer. Still awaiting my rear rotors! Ended up ordering from BMW of bridgewater for $126 a piece, and instead of following the part number I gave them, they sent me 330mm rotors according to my vin! ugh this project has take me 4 damn weeks to complete so pissed.
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Great pointer. Still awaiting my rear rotors! Ended up ordering from BMW of bridgewater for $126 a piece, and instead of following the part number I gave them, they sent me 330mm rotors according to my vin! ugh this project has take me 4 damn weeks to complete so pissed.
I have e28 525i, 135i, e9x m3 and f3x 335i parts on my car so I never give the VIN as I do not have one. I always order strictly by part numbers.
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Great pointer. Still awaiting my rear rotors! Ended up ordering from BMW of bridgewater for $126 a piece, and instead of following the part number I gave them, they sent me 330mm rotors according to my vin! ugh this project has take me 4 damn weeks to complete so pissed.
Damn, Did you specify that you wanted the bigger rotor? Anywho, how's the return policy?
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Great pointer. Still awaiting my rear rotors! Ended up ordering from BMW of bridgewater for $126 a piece, and instead of following the part number I gave them, they sent me 330mm rotors according to my vin! ugh this project has take me 4 damn weeks to complete so pissed.
Damn, Did you specify that you wanted the bigger rotor? Anywho, how's the return policy?
Yes but they just defaulted to the vin.
The sent me a return label and I ordered new rotors.
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