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      12-11-2019, 08:29 PM   #1
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For sale I have a set of front (340)and rear blue m sport calipers with pads. The set has around 15k miles on them. Overall they are in decent condition and they can be easily touched up. Please Pm me if interested. Thanks

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For sale I have a set of front and rear blue m sport calipers with pads. The set has around 15k miles on them. Overall they are in decent condition and they can be easily touched up. Please Pm me if interested. Thanks
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Hello Celoq23,

Check your email please.
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Anyway to restore the factory appearance of these?
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Are they 340 or 370?
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Anyway to restore the factory appearance of these?
Of course, they can be powder coated/painted
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Are they 340 or 370?
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I'm almost 100% sure front at the 340's
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They should have 340 or 370 cast into them on the back.
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They should have 340 or 370 cast into them on the back.
Correct. The front calipers will either say "340" or "370/380" in raised lettering on the rear casting. On an F3x, the "340" caliper uses a 340mm diameter front rotor. The "370/380" caliper uses a 370mm diameter front rotor.

(On an M3/M4, the "370/380" caliper uses a 380mm front rotor. And NO, you can use a 380mm front rotor on an F3x because the caliper mounting points are different.)

It's important to remember that "M Sport" is a marketing term that BMW uses many ways, often causing confusion.

The blue front "340" calipers were sold by BMW as M Sport front brakes on the 4-cylinder cars. The front 340 calipers are grey on the 335/340 cars as they came as the standard brake package. If a 335/340 was ordered with M Sport brakes, then the front calipers were blue "370/380" calipers.
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Least expensive high quality refinish on these is G2USA Caliper Paint. Check their website. It's a two part epoxy like finish that doesn't chip easily like the factory blue finish. It brushes on and levels out as it dries eliminating brush marks for a sprayed on look.

Visible parts of the calipers can be painted right on the car but you only have several hours of working time once the paint is mixed. So you either need four jack stands or but two kits to do two calipers at a time. TireRack has a great price ~$50 on standard colors. Custom colors are on G2USA website.

Powder coating is more involved and more expensive. All four calipers off the car are completely disassembled, media blasted, powder coated, cured in an oven, then pistons are reinstalled with new seals and dust caps. Expect 1-3 week turn around. Roughly $250-$400 depending on parts and any shipping.
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Anyway to restore the factory appearance of these?
Least expensive high quality refinish on these is G2USA Caliper Paint. Check their website. It's a two part epoxy like finish that doesn't chip easily like the factory blue finish. It brushes on and levels out as it dries eliminating brush marks for a sprayed on look.

Visible parts of the calipers can be painted right on the car but you only have several hours of working time once the paint is mixed. So you either need four jack stands or but two kits to do two calipers at a time. TireRack has a great price ~$50 on standard colors. Custom colors are on G2USA website.

Powder coating is more involved and more expensive. All four calipers off the car are completely disassembled, media blasted, powder coated, cured in an oven, then pistons are reinstalled with new seals and dust caps. Expect 1-3 week turn around. Roughly $250-$400 depending on parts and any shipping.
That's the response I was looking for, very informative and much appreciated!
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These are in fact 340's thanks
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Anyway to restore the factory appearance of these?
Least expensive high quality refinish on these is G2USA Caliper Paint. Check their website. It's a two part epoxy like finish that doesn't chip easily like the factory blue finish. It brushes on and levels out as it dries eliminating brush marks for a sprayed on look.

Visible parts of the calipers can be painted right on the car but you only have several hours of working time once the paint is mixed. So you either need four jack stands or but two kits to do two calipers at a time. TireRack has a great price ~$50 on standard colors. Custom colors are on G2USA website.

Powder coating is more involved and more expensive. All four calipers off the car are completely disassembled, media blasted, powder coated, cured in an oven, then pistons are reinstalled with new seals and dust caps. Expect 1-3 week turn around. Roughly $250-$400 depending on parts and any shipping.
That's the response I was looking for, very informative and much appreciated!
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