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Old 05-16-2018, 01:22 AM   #46
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Did you try z4 3.0 or 2.5 rear calipers/brackets? I cross referenced e46 325/323 rear caliper/bracket and its shows same part #'s as z4. Thanks


Not sure all I know it's I ordered 2006 z4 calipers and they didn't work maybe they gave me 3.0 not sure but I held then up side by side and there is a clear difference


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This may be a dumb question, but will using these adapters have any impact on ABS performance? I'm likely going to go with the E36 M3 version (it's a track car that I've already removed the parking brake from).
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Yes/no. The abs sensor is retained so if a wheel locks up, abs will kick in. If you continually lock up front vs rear or rear vs front, you may need a bias/proportioning valve to put more pressure front/rear or play with the brake pad compounds.

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Not sure all I know it's I ordered 2006 z4 calipers and they didn't work maybe they gave me 3.0 not sure but I held then up side by side and there is a clear difference


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I don't suppose you have a part number for the caliper that worked?
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