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      07-11-2019, 01:35 PM   #1
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M2C competition brakes on F80m3/F82m4

HI Guys,

Has anyone replaced the stock brakes with the M2C calipers and larger rotors on a F80 M3/M4?
Is it a direct bolt on to the stock steering knuckle?

Do you need the different brake booster as well? (the one used with cars with the CCB option)?

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      07-11-2019, 03:40 PM   #2
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HI Guys,

Has anyone replaced the stock brakes with the M2C calipers and larger rotors on a F80 M3/M4?
Is it a direct bolt on to the stock steering knuckle?

Do you need the different brake booster as well? (the one used with cars with the CCB option)?

Thanks,
Steve
It's discussed in another thread. Conclusion: It's plug-n-play, and you don't need to replace the brake booster since a different brake booster is used to compensate the different coefficient of friction on CCB.
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Thanks I priced out the parts and it's over $5k with the pads... also limits your wheel options to 19"+.
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It's discussed in another thread. Conclusion: It's plug-n-play, and you don't need to replace the brake booster since a different brake booster is used to compensate the different coefficient of friction on CCB.
Interesting, I thought the different CCB brake booster was necessary because of the larger calipers and not because of the friction differences between iron and carbon ceramics.
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Interesting, I thought the different CCB brake booster was necessary because of the larger calipers and not because of the friction differences between iron and carbon ceramics.
Then in that case. You would been a new booster for a BBK. You donít. Itís for the ceramic friction
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