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Old 04-11-2004, 07:39 PM   #1
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Stoptech Big Brake Kit for E46 (not 330!)

I am selling this stoptech setup, it is like new (less than 1K miles). It is Stoptech part # 83-133-4600 and fits (and is balanced for):
E46 323/5/8 (not 330; the larger 330 rear rotors are not balanced for this kit)
Z3/Z4 (non-M)
E36 (non-M)

Kit consists of:
332mm (13.1") slotted rotors
Red Stoptech calipers
Stainless braided lines
Bracketry and necessary hardware

Only reason for sale is that this kit is not properly balanced for my 330; calipers are essentially flawless, with no scrapes or chips on face (left caliper has a very small scatch that could be touched up) Pads/Rotors were properly bedded.

Please do not hesistate to email me with questions, richp@rtechnic.com

Asking $1450 or best offer.









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Old 04-11-2004, 08:11 PM   #2
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What do you mean, "not balanced" for 330?
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Old 04-11-2004, 09:42 PM   #3
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Stoptech brakes are very specific to the application (based on rotor size and piston size). They design each kit to retain optimal front-to-rear brake force balance. The kit I have does this well on the cars mentioned, however, because the 330 has large rear rotors (and thus more rear force) the kit is not balanced for the car (there is too much rear bias)
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