M3 brakes upgrade

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Asked by Oct 19, 2010 at 01:15 PM about the 1995 BMW M3

Question type: Car Customization

I have an M3 cabriolet on a 95 the E36 version, I want to upgrade the whole braking system can someone tell me their views thanks Geezer

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I have always liked and trust Brembo. They make a great brake upgrade kit although it is a little pricey. Go to BAVAuto.com they will have everything you need for upgrades. Have you been to any forums to ask their opinion or see what they have done and recommend? Look into M3forum.net and e46fanatics.com

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wilwood & tarox

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My first pick would be be Brembos hands down. They are a bit more expensive but I think totally worth the price since performance wise they outscore any other brand. Wildwood is also not a bad choice. However, unless you're planning on doing some type of force induction or tracking the car, you don't need to go with a big brake kit. Just my opinion though.

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Stoptech are the more affordable version of Brembo. They're just as good and are heavily used by many of the custom auto tuning shops. If you're going to spend that much on breaks, you should get a supercharger under that hood!! Check ESS...I'm installing an ESS 575, Stoptech yellow breaks, and much more. For ideas check IND Auto Tuning.

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