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      03-30-2018, 12:58 PM   #45
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Originally Posted by kern417 View Post
I kind of thought that could be the case and makes sense, because abs is electronically controlled. So I can see that, but still weird that a bbk requires coding but upgraded rotors/pads that may make your car stop just as fast, don't. I still think there is some fluff to that requirement, maybe safety regulations or something that they have to meet as an OEM provider for aftermarket upgrades. But did the brakes actually feel any different before and after coding (if you tried it)?

the thing about our diff is nothing's electronically controlled. with an aftermarket diff you won't have any electronics either. but maybe someone that knows more than us will stumble on the thread and explain.
No, i didnt drive before and after programming as it was all dealer installed so then the BMW parts assume the full remaining warranty of the car.
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