E46 M3 Front K sport and Rear Porsche BBK

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  1. 6 Sep 2020 at 5:45 PM #1
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    Hey all,

    It's time to put my vert back to standard ready to be sold. Today me and my mate removed the front and rear bbk.

    Specs as follows:
    Front - Pair of K Sport 8 pot forge series calipers with 356mm slotted discs
    EBC Blue Stuff pads
    Braided lines
    Brackets
    These have PLENTY of life left in them
    Price - £950 cash on collection or bank transfer

    Rear - Pair of Porsche 996 rear calipers
    EBC Blue Stuff pads - PLENTY of life left
    Goodridge braided lines
    Custom Brackets
    Rear decal on caliper, Steven(Nevets) done for me to match the front
    Please note these bolt directly onto oem rear discs
    Price - £500 cash on collection or bank transfer

    Apologies for dirt on bbk, they have literally just come off the car and are ready to go onto another car!
    Any questions, feel free to message me and please note these are collection only!

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  2. 6 Sep 2020 at 8:08 PM #2
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    Is any modification needed to fit the rears? Could potentially be interested.

    I have a stoptech front kit that was meant to be bolt on but in reality the backing plates needed trimming for clearance
     
  3. 6 Sep 2020 at 9:31 PM #3
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  4. 6 Sep 2020 at 11:31 PM #4
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    Hi mate, no modification required at all. These are fairly common setup for the rears and are a straight bolt on.
     
  5. 6 Sep 2020 at 11:32 PM #5
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    Hi mate, I'm based in Crawley, West Sussex which is just by Gatwick airport
     
  6. 7 Sep 2020 at 8:02 PM #6
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  7. 14 Sep 2020 at 6:10 PM #7
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    Still got the front’s @Shivv19
     
  8. 14 Sep 2020 at 6:51 PM #8
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    Do the rears work with std rear discs?
     
  9. 15 Sep 2020 at 10:13 AM #9
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    Hey mate, yep straight fit onto oem rear discs
     
  10. 15 Sep 2020 at 10:55 AM #10
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    bloody hell this is tempting.... my Brembo 4 pot front Calipers are red too so I wouldn’t even have to do anything other than bolt them up. This is really not helping my ‘stop buying car bits’ thinking lol!
     
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    The only thing stopping me pissing a fortune away is my wife sitting near the door and seeing the deliveries
    :muttley:
     
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    :roflmao::roflmao: That made me giggle
     
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    Where are you located? Any reason for not shipping?

    I sent a front set of calipers recently cost less than £10 through parcel2go.com
     
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    These rear calipers are simple to fit and are great but you will have to cut the backing plate. These won’t just fit.
     
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    I’ve got stoptech BBK on the front of mine, said it was direct fit but the backing plates had to be trimmed
     
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    i ran these calipers for a few years, you definately don’t need to cut the backing plate mine only required flexing back the tiniest amount to get clearance. They are awesome brakes
     
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    Thats very strange to hear, i have had every Uk adaptor and the german burkhart adaptor, the only other adaptor is the USA rally road. All of them require the backing plate to be trimmed, even the build journal fitting guide (rallyroad) and the youtube guides all say you have trim your backing plates, very curious to know what brand your adaptors were?
     
  18. 18 Sep 2020 at 2:05 PM #18
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    I had exactly the same as the sale Item, 8 pot K sport callipers it comes in a kit from K sport, the calipers, braided lines & adaptors , no way in the world you’d have to cut the backing plate away there was plenty of room and to be fair I wouldn’t buy any BBK that required that doing but that’s just me.
    It only needed tweaking away slightly, I actually flexed the heat shield back when the car was down off the ramp. I ran them for about 2-3yrs before I changed them out for the Brembo 4 pots I have now.
     
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    @monkeyboy Think there may be some confusion, I was referring to the rear calipers not the front calipers. See my post above.
     
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    lol that took me ages to type as well :muttley:
     

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