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      08-17-2017, 05:35 PM   #419
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I just joined the club as well. I saw this straight gutted line in the middle of my wheels. This is very disappointing and I just got the car last week.
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      08-18-2017, 10:28 AM   #420
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I have this same problem on my front wheels only. Has anyone had other high performance cars with the same problem? BMW is not the only car company that has brakes that fill up the whole entire wheel.
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      08-22-2017, 08:17 PM   #421
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I have this same problem on my front wheels only. Has anyone had other high performance cars with the same problem? BMW is not the only car company that has brakes that fill up the whole entire wheel.
Someone just posted that this happened to his GT350R on the CF wheels.
OUCH!
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      08-24-2017, 08:54 AM   #422
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I have this same problem on my front wheels only. Has anyone had other high performance cars with the same problem? BMW is not the only car company that has brakes that fill up the whole entire wheel.
I've seen this same thing happen on several other cars. Gallardo Superleggeras experience this quite often.

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      12-06-2017, 12:44 PM   #423
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First Day on the Road Not So Good

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      12-07-2017, 08:33 PM   #424
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Wheel Clearance Issue or Caliper Issue?

https://rennlist.com/forums/991/1037...l#post14655591
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      12-12-2017, 12:40 PM   #425
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Large Inner Barrel = No CCB Clearance Issue

Signature Motorsport Designed Monoblocks have extremely large inner barrels. Big Brakes welcome. Our Z06 owners even use our Monoblock 18" with their OEM 394mm CCB.

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      05-16-2018, 07:11 AM   #426
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Bringing this one back from the dead...

I noticed BMW does not offer these brakes on the M3 anymore.

I tried to build one no the BMW site and it was not available. Go figure.
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      05-16-2018, 01:07 PM   #427
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CCB retrofit package on back order from BMW. ETA - End of May has been the response from dealer.
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      05-16-2018, 01:11 PM   #428
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[quote=Signature Wheel BMW;22528605]Signature Motorsport Designed Monoblocks have extremely large inner barrels. Big Brakes welcome. Our Z06 owners even use our Monoblock 18" with their OEM 394mm CCB.

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Will SV107 19x9.5 et18 and 19x11 et37 clear CCB

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      05-16-2018, 10:55 PM   #429
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Signature Motorsport Designed Monoblocks have extremely large inner barrels. Big Brakes welcome. Our Z06 owners even use our Monoblock 18" with their OEM 394mm CCB.

Owner's IG: https://www.instagram.com/mym4gts/



Will SV107 19x9.5 et18 and 19x11 et37 clear CCB

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CCB retrofit package on back order from BMW. ETA - End of May has been the response from dealer.
Yep I ordered a kit knowing it would one of last chances, hopefully it actually gets filled
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      05-18-2018, 12:13 AM   #431
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Racing Brake is working on a 380 mm CCB kit that will fit inside of a lot of 18" wheels. We'll be posting a thread on it when we start putting parts on a car.
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      05-23-2018, 01:42 PM   #432
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Yep I ordered a kit knowing it would one of last chances, hopefully it actually gets filled
Is this really the case? Isn't the M4 in production for another couple of years? Isn't the retrofit kit the same between the M3 & M4?
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      07-01-2018, 08:11 AM   #433
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i haven't been able to read all 20 pages so far... can someone tell me what the safest allowable inner wheel barrel diamater is to go with for a wheel to keep this from happening?
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      08-29-2018, 09:48 PM   #434
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This is one of those dreadful topics that people working hard for their vision see it crushed by a mid-level manager someone at M whom did not bother realize that most world roads are not pool-table flat and clean as in Germany.

I think 19" BBS HRE or the actual maker, Ray's (whom makes these top wheels on their 10,000 ton press in Japan and asks half the price), are 30-40 lbs lighter all around, stronger etc and the true wheel-based solution to the issue.

Calliper based-solution: HAS ANYONE CONSIDERED USING FELT PADS glued to the callipers? Two years ago, encountered a similar spacing issue on a high end carbon road bicycle, and had a problem to fill a gap and prevent stuff going in: high grade alloy rotating crank 4-5 mm away from carbon, things get stuck at 40km/hr and one strips paint and carbon. I discovered that Felt pads, glued with 3M weather-strip glue, Conti tubular glue paste etc (it is also heat resistant), fil the gap 100% and problem never returned.

Those absolutely wishing to keep the BMW 19" look, perhaps this is the ultimate solution? Add 6mm ones, so wider than the gap, mount the wheel, and the first meters the felt compress and reduces that gap sub 0.2-0.5mm. NOTHING goes in. In addition, the felt's will adopt the powder colour so they will become invisible, or just buy the brown ones.

HOPE THIS WORKS.
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      08-29-2018, 09:59 PM   #435
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Here's mine. Sucks BMW is not addressing this flaw. I was told a front wheel lists for $1,575 Canadian at full retail....no bloody way I should be footing the bill.
Brutal experience. Have you had a chance to read my post on using felt as a solution? Or hopefully the issue resolved since your initial post.
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