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Old 03-29-2008, 08:17 AM   #1
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Default E46 323 rotors to fit the ti?

I've got a friend(Navine323 on bimmerforums) who is looking to get rid of his E46 rotors, do you think they would fit my ti? I think not, but just wondering/
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i dont think so but dont quote me
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I've got a friend(Navine323 on bimmerforums) who is looking to get rid of his E46 rotors, do you think they would fit my ti? I think not, but just wondering/
If you have the right caliper carrier you can make it fit. I have 2005 325i Brakes on my ti.
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all e36 6cyls ( except m models). and all e46īs up to 325i from 2001 use the same calipers and discs.

if your ti has ventilated discs, then you will be able to use the rotors. if not , then you will need to swap calipers only
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I wasn't aware that the calipers where the same, but looking at
real oem

Part 34111165455 (BRAKE DISC, VENTILATED) was found on the following vehicles:

E36: Details on E36
E36 318i CONVERTIBLE
E36 318i SEDAN
E36 318is COUPE
E36 318ti COMPACT +4/96
E36 320i SEDAN
E36 323i COUPE
E36 323i CONVERTIBLE
E36 325i SEDAN
E36 325i CONVERTIBLE
E36 325is COUPE
E36 328i SEDAN
E36 328i COUPE
E36 328i CONVERTIBLE

E46: Details on E46
E46 320i SEDAN
E46 323Ci COUPE
E46 323i SEDAN

http://www.realoem.com/bmw/partxref....3%09&showus=on
Part 34116758113 (CALIPER HOUSING LEFT) was found on the following vehicles:

E36: Details on E36
E36 318i CONVERTIBLE
E36 318i SEDAN
E36 318is COUPE
E36 318ti COMPACT
E36 320i SEDAN
E36 323i COUPE
E36 323i CONVERTIBLE
E36 325i SEDAN
E36 325i CONVERTIBLE
E36 325is COUPE
E36 328i SEDAN
E36 328i COUPE
E36 328i CONVERTIBLE

E46: Details on E46
E46 320i SEDAN
E46 323Ci COUPE
E46 323Ci CONVERTIBLE
E46 323i TOURING
E46 323i SEDAN
E46 325Ci COUPE
E46 325Ci CONVERTIBLE
E46 325i TOURING
E46 325i SEDAN
E46 325xi TOURING
E46 325xi SEDAN
E46 328Ci COUPE
E46 328i SEDAN

E85: Details on E85
E85 Z4 2.5i ROADSTER
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Z3 Z3 2.5 ROADSTER
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The caliper is the same but the carrier bracket is different. The E46 rotor actually has a larger diameter and WILL NOT work with certain E46 rotors.
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34 10 6 758 104 fits on alot of different cars , including the e46 323i
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Thank you guys for gathering all of that information. I guess I will go ahead and get them, and I will most likely do a write up or post something of some sort.
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Thank you guys for gathering all of that information. I guess I will go ahead and get them, and I will most likely do a write up or post something of some sort.
I'm assuming you already have vented rotors.
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I have a 1996 mtech. When I go check, what am I going to look for to find out
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I have a 1996 mtech. When I go check, what am I going to look for to find out
Well, unless someone swapped them, you have solid rotors. Those 323 rotors are not going to fit.
You need calipers and carriers.
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Cool, so would it be at all possible?

ps.(send those decals yet LOL)
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(send those decals yet LOL)
They are sitting on my desk in an envelope at work.
Just have to drop it in the mail on Monday.
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if you have solid discs, then u need to swap calipers and carriers.

if you have vented discs, then its all gravy
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330i brakes are the hot set up.. those are larger and pretty close in size to e36 M3 brakes
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