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      04-21-2015, 07:55 PM   #60
andrey_gta
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2008 BMW 128i  [5.00]
New rotor discovered for narrow hubs in 324x22, same size as OEM 135i !!!

Along side the e91 Perf rotor 34216795755 there is/was a Blank face rotor for 130i !!
Its part number is 34216787931 , and it gets better because ZIMMERMAN made a copy as part # Zimmermann 150.3477.20 or 150347720
EDIT: Maybe even ZIMMERMANN 150.3477.00
EDIT 2: ZIMMERMANN 150.3477.52 should be their slotted/dimpled version of 34216795755


More alternate part numbers for this from OEM's
http://www.findpart.org/part/bmw-34216787931/
http://www.autopartoo.com/oem/248078.html


My Guess is that it costs under $150 USD/side which is about the current ECS cost of the e91 EuroPerf rotor. Interestingly, perhaps because of exchange rats, the e91 rotors cost about $50 less today then they did when I made this article.
Problem will be sourcing these, they are rare or have expensive shipping.

Sources:
http://www.bmwfaq.com/threads/frenos.553788/page-4
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128i Sport 6MT converted to Euro 130i spec, 3.73 diff, tuned by evolve ~220 whp 207 wtq(ft-lb) SAE
In-progress: //M front arm, M3 rack, e36M lip Wishlist: Coils, n55 mnts, headers, LSD, e60 finn diff


"The 1-series is the last car that BMW engineered before the Germans, as a car-making culture, fell out of love with driving." - R&T 2013 135is

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