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Old 03-28-2020, 02:46 AM   #1
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FS: New E46 M3 CSL ZCP Front Rotors Genuine BMW

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Old 04-06-2020, 02:44 PM   #3
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Hey Rich, hope all is well, got a few questions for you on the BBK i purchased from you. For starters, who ever painted the calipers did a major error and they didnt plug in the holes, and bc of that i cant fit the brackets or pins into the caliper. Were you aware of this? This does not make it 'Plug and Play' , I have to machine the paint off of them again in order to make them functionable, this was not mentioned when i purchased the brakes. Secondly, which brackets are for which rotors, and lastly do you know the part number for these calipers , i need to purchase pads and dampers and i need to which caliper exactly this is please. Future reference bc theres nothing i can do about it know please be more clear with what you are selling i dont think many users in the future will be happy they purchased something thats supposed to be ready for use, and its not even close.
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Old 04-07-2020, 06:37 AM   #4
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Cheapest online sets presently cost more than $480 after taxes and fees
Fwiw, the cheapest set I found online was about $380 including shipping. GLWS.

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Old 04-07-2020, 12:15 PM   #5
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Hey Rich, hope all is well, got a few questions for you on the BBK i purchased from you. For starters, who ever painted the calipers did a major error and they didnt plug in the holes, and bc of that i cant fit the brackets or pins into the caliper. Were you aware of this? This does not make it 'Plug and Play' , I have to machine the paint off of them again in order to make them functionable, this was not mentioned when i purchased the brakes. Secondly, which brackets are for which rotors, and lastly do you know the part number for these calipers , i need to purchase pads and dampers and i need to which caliper exactly this is please. Future reference bc theres nothing i can do about it know please be more clear with what you are selling i dont think many users in the future will be happy they purchased something thats supposed to be ready for use, and its not even close.
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I added extensive detailed pictures of the calipers, neither MPartsWorldwide or myself had an issue partially test fitting the bolts but if the tolerance is too tight for you to manage just use a wire brush or smaller drill diameter on a hand drill to clean up for easier sliding of the bolt. You don't need to do any "machining", you're not suppose to raw cut the caliper metal, only thing you might need to do is if the lips on your knuckle bolt openings are corroded or not flat for the bracket, you would need to fix that for the new brackets to fit. Same thing with your cars knuckle bolt inserts, clean that up if you have an issue. If needed on the pins just scrape off some paint within the hole with the correct tools so that you have an easier time to insert the pins. You can very easily lightly brush off paint on the inside same way you would clean off corrosion and brake dust on your cars stock knuckle bolt inserts.

Creations Motorsport front brackets are for the front calipers; P0lar spec rear brackets are for the rear calipers.

Do you want to order new of the same pads as the ones I provided? If yes then the part numbers are right on the pads. I also provided you the pad dampers, why would you need to buy another 2 sets?

If you're attempting a DIY and are having difficulty in figuring out how to install it adequately I can attempt to give you help on it BUT I advise you let a professional install it so that they can adequately install the right parts, correct bolts, brake bleed, etc.

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Fwiw, the cheapest set I found online was about $380 including shipping. GLWS.

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https://www.getbmwparts.com/oem-part...cp-34112282445

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They come out to $424 after taxes and fees for NY. May be some State tax variance in total but not much. I've adjusted my price accordingly. Contacted BMWParts, no word back on availability but I've dropped the price either way.


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They come out to $424 after taxes and fees for NY. May be some State tax variance in total but not much. I've adjusted my price accordingly. Contacted BMWParts, no word back on availability but I've dropped the price either way.
Nice. Very reasonable response. GLWS.


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Id need ZCP front brackets and carriers right?


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Old 04-08-2020, 09:09 AM   #11
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It depends if you have a non ZCP car and what calipers you're running.
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