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      02-10-2013, 06:26 AM   #1
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E87 rear bbk fitment?

Was just thinking:

Front is the same as e82 135i in every way

Rears, to fit 135i rears, you nee a new hub flange (from a 135i) due to it's size, being 10mm thicker..

How do manufacturers like stoptech or brembo get around this to offer a universal kit?

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      02-10-2013, 10:59 AM   #2
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Isn't the performance kit for the 130i a complete set with rear calipers too? I found in real oem that the rear rotors of the 130 performance kit are not The same part number as the 135i's. this makes me think there are larger rotors to Fit The performance caliper with The stock ebrake of The 130I
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Isn't the performance kit for the 130i a complete set with rear calipers too? I found in real oem that the rear rotors of the 130 performance kit are not The same part number as the 135i's. this makes me think there are larger rotors to Fit The performance caliper with The stock ebrake of The 130I
From what i've gathered

130i and 135i ebrakes are the same.. Only the lower end models have shoes that are too small.

But the rear hub flange on the 135i is deeper or thicker or something, so the rear rotors are different between the two oem BBK's.. But that doesn''t make any sense with brembo/stoptech etc all being one size fits all?
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      02-10-2013, 10:06 PM   #4
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i think 130i's on babybmw have used the 135i rears BMP bbk without issues

And yes us "lesser" bmw's have a different hub/knucle part number and it makes ebrake not work with 135i parts((
It is very upsettings and depresses me because it feels like I mod to make my car OEM lol
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      02-11-2013, 03:43 AM   #5
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i think 130i's on babybmw have used the 135i rears BMP bbk without issues

And yes us "lesser" bmw's have a different hub/knucle part number and it makes ebrake not work with 135i parts((
It is very upsettings and depresses me because it feels like I mod to make my car OEM lol
http://www.babybmw.net/viewtopic.php?f=20&t=29388

nah needs flanges

130i e-brake works with 135 rears though apparently... AND 123d e82's are 100% bolt on afaik.
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