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Thread: Shoutout to Westside Bimmer

  1. #11
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    Sweet setup CarbonZHP. I just ordered some Stoptech Street Performance Brake pads and their Stainless steel lines from Turner Motorsports, looking for increased breaking performance. I'm using my existing slotted rotors.

    I have darker wheels that are starting to lose their shine so I'm not too worried about break dust anymore. OZ wheel paint isn't the best. I'll probably end up painting them if I repaint the whole car.
    3/2003 330i ZHP, 18x8 front 18x9 rear OZ Alleggerita HLT Anthracite, Conti DW tires, Bilstein B12 Sportline Sport Suspension, Slotted Rotors, Silver Cube Interior Trim, LightWerkz FX-R Bixenon Projectors, CobyWheel Wrap Tri-color Stitching, Diffsonline 3.46 LSD

  2. #12
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    Nice. Im trying to make a pretty balanced car. Its not the fastest car. Not the best looking. Not the lowest. But it can do all of those things pretty well. A little brake dust for better performance was just a compromise of performance vs. aesthetics in that area.
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    Original Car: Silver Grey on Grey, A/T (1 of 186)
    As it sits: Silver Grey on Black, M/T (1 of 51)
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    Quote Originally Posted by PdZHP View Post
    That's a great deal! I'm in north OC, so i will definitely be stopping by.
    And hey you're right by me
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    Original Car: Silver Grey on Grey, A/T (1 of 186)
    As it sits: Silver Grey on Black, M/T (1 of 51)
    European Auto Source Tech
    Instagram: @CarbonZHP

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    Follow up with these brakes. 1 year and 3 months later and Im still loving these brakes. A little more dusty than OEM but the confidence in braking is fantastic.
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    Original Car: Silver Grey on Grey, A/T (1 of 186)
    As it sits: Silver Grey on Black, M/T (1 of 51)
    European Auto Source Tech
    Instagram: @CarbonZHP

  5. #15
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    Update on these brakes over 2 years later. Zero complaints. I check for hairline cracking around the drilled holes given their reputation. No cracking. Still good performance.
    Modification Thread
    Original Car: Silver Grey on Grey, A/T (1 of 186)
    As it sits: Silver Grey on Black, M/T (1 of 51)
    European Auto Source Tech
    Instagram: @CarbonZHP

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