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Suspension and Braking
Springs, shocks, struts, coilovers, camber plates, sway bars, strut bars, suspension bushings, control arms, brake pads, big brake kits, etc.

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Old 01-28-2013, 08:07 PM   #1
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Front Comp Pkg calipers

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Old 01-29-2013, 06:14 PM   #2
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Difference between non-ZHP and ZHP?

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The non-ZCPs use a smaller one piece rotor. Looks ugly. The ZCP use a much better and larger drilled floating rotor. Look cooler...girls love it

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The non-ZCPs use a smaller one piece rotor. Looks ugly. The ZCP use a much better and larger drilled floating rotor. Look cooler...girls love it
Thanks for the info. I gotta do some research now because I am interested. Will the larger rotor fit on 18s? How much for. The rotors? And is there a big difference in stopping power?

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Thanks for the info. I gotta do some research now because I am interested. Will the larger rotor fit on 18s? How much for. The rotors? And is there a big difference in stopping power?

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Make sure to note these are from a ZCP M3 and not a ZHP 330
Thanks for the heads up. That's my bad, I always get ZHP and ZCP confused. But I have a non-comp m3. Will be doing the research after work.

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The front rotors are about $470/pr and they are 345mm. They do offer an upgrade in braking and heat. Not sure if they will clear OE18s. If they do..it will be close. I know they will clear a square set of OE18s (18x9s) because that's the wheel that was on the car when they were removed. Not sure about the front 18x8...probably needs a 12mm spacer.

I can add a pair 12.5mm spacer and stud/lug nut conversion for 2 wheels for $50. Or you can buy extended lugs.

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Damn...Turner wants $3k for the 4 wheel upgrade. So with rotors, spacers, and studs...$225 + $470 in rotors = $700. Vs about $1.5k per axle? Is this a deal or what?
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I can add a pair 12.5mm spacer and stud/lug nut conversion for 2 wheels for $50. Or you can buy extended lugs.
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