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      01-07-2013, 05:26 AM   #85
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Originally Posted by Newby View Post
Why would you need a master cyl... It's the same part number. Also.. Front subframe is the same, only difference is the arms and front anti roll bar(1M).

OP, are you using the standard 135i swivel bearing, handbrake setup and rear caliper? 135i twin pot doesn't bolt onto M3 rear hub and doesn't sit in right position on disc. Also, discs pictured aren't m3 any info would be great.
The rhd e90/92 M3 and rhd e82 135i brake master cylinder are not the same part number.

I am using the 135i wheel hub so as to use the 135i calipers and rotors.
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