Remember Me? Major General. Last edited by hellrotm; at PM. Appreciate 4. Appreciate 0. Private First Class. Cavpilot2k Second Lieutenant. Can't wait to get my M2 comp!BMW F80 M3 CS - Brembo ///M M2C 2NH OEM BBK full DIY install
Happy these brakes are standard! Appreciate 1. NasZing 1. Disagree, but that's just because I want to daily it, which makes that a winterset of 18s a must again for me. You can't fit 18s with the sport brakes upgrade, as I was told by my sales rep.
Originally Posted by hawaiiM2. The 2NH brakes are standard here in Canada. Attached Images. Appreciate 2. Brigadier General. Originally Posted by Franzino. M3 Adjuster I hope they are standard Originally Posted by Sideshow. Last edited by hellrotm; at AM. The upgrade of m2 cs is no sense. I try ccb on the m4 in Monza circuit compared with iron brake and the difference is enormous. This new brake are just add of weight, lost of tire size 18 inch and no more than half lap of durability.
Talking of road use will be worst for noise and more fuel consumption. Basically a waste of money.
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A real upgrade was if they develope with Brembo a small ccb system, lighter and with 18inch rims. Damn it! Now you make me question my order. Originally Posted by Dermator. After that spend dollars for carbon parts to go at same weight. This m performance pack is a fake!!!Remember Me? Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next.
Enlisted Member. Any thoughts on if these will be bolt-on replacements to the current M2 brakes? Finding them may be a different story, but just curious! Appreciate 0. Brigadier General. I think our current 4 piston fronts can be moved to the rear without any modifications needed, so it's just a question of if the new 6 piston calipers and rotors from the M2C will be plug and play on our cars, which I believe they should be.
My guess is they just took the M5 rotors and calipers and modified them to fit our cars. But you never know, I guess we'll have to wait and see.
Last edited by AndrewC; at AM. Appreciate 1. Originally Posted by andrewc Private First Class. Originally Posted by babym2. First Lieutenant. You'll have a grey set in the front and a blue set in the rear unless you get all 4 or paint two of them. Different diameter rotors so I suspect it would take some work to get them to fit. You would be better off getting an AP Racing setup if your looking for track performance.
Essex has some good videos on how the Brembos hold up to track conditions. With decent pads the std brakes should be fine I think. I'm still learning all things M2, so don't shoot me down if I'm wrong! Having said that, our cars are Brembo calipers I think so if other companies can get them to work well, why can't BMW?
I personally think it's mostly down to pad choice and the std pads are a compromise for road use, where they're mainly fine. Oh yeah, with track pads the stock brakes are great on the track in my experience.
Plus I think they look pretty slick. Originally Posted by 3rdPedalAddict. Originally Posted by pruettfan. Appreciate 4. You'll are lucky, those 6 piston brakes will fit flush on current M2; the most you might need is new backing plates and coding. I would jump on those, whenever it's available. Speaking on that; roughly when would OEM replacement parts be available for the Comp.? Originally Posted by Poochie.
Poochie The next level of performance would be to fit replacement Alcon front discs which are aimed at both road and occasional track day use. We supply and fit replacement pads from Ferodo. Their DS pads are a high performance track day pad, but are also refined for day to day driving.
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Many are saying it's reminiscent of the beloved e36 M3, and it appears that many of these cars are going to see racetrack use. While the OEM brakes are okay for traffic duty, they aren't exactly cutting-edge technology. Lower weight, superior cooling, and far lower long-term running costs. The discs are identical in both kits. The difference is the caliper. The is narrower and uses an 18mm thick pad. It's also about a pound lighter.
The is wider, slightly heavier, and uses a 25mm thick pad, and is designed for endurance racing. Unless you plan on literally running endurance races, the CP kit will get the job done for you. The advantage of the kit is the larger pad volume. If you're only running minute sessions, that extra volume won't come into play.
If you're running hours at a time without stopping, the thicker pads will be a benefit. Our rear kit is in development, and we plan to ship them before the end of the year. They will use a new ProR four piston caliper that matches the front ProR's. It will look very similar to the solid model below and will be mated to a x30mm, 72 vane rear disc. Our front brake kits are designed to very closely mimic the OEM torque output on the front axle.
That is accomplished by carefully sizing the discs and caliper pistons. For example, if we increase the disc diameter in our kit vs. As such, installing our front kit on your car will only have a negligible impact on brake bias.
To put that in perspective, installing a more aggressive brake pad compound in your factory front calipers would typically have a greater impact on brake bias than installing our front kit while keeping the OEM front pad compound. On most front-engine sports cars, the front brakes are taxed much more heavily than the rear brakes. That's why the front brakes are almost always larger, and why you go through sets of front pads and discs for every set of rears you burn up at the track.
The fronts do a disproportionate amount of work, and as such, they are the most critical component to upgrade. On many platforms, rear brake upgrades offer diminishing returns. The rear factory components tend to be smaller and lighter than the front components. As such, switching to AP Racing calipers and discs don't usually offer the dramatic unsprung weight savings that they do on the front. Since the rears tend to not run as hot, simply running good race pads and stainless steel lines on the rear will solve or prevent any rear brake issues.
On a rear-engine car, the rear brakes do a proportionately higher amount of work than on a front-engine car.