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      10-30-2017, 05:39 AM   #155
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Sorry to resurrect an old thread, but:-

Will the adapter work for the csl disc on and 2011 LCi e92 335i coupe (car has the oem 348 disc currently).
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Sorry to resurrect an old thread, but:-

Will the adapter work for the csl disc on and 2011 LCi e92 335i coupe (car has the oem 348 disc currently).
what OEM parts do you have?
or what you want to install?
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Interested in the adapter. Does anyone have any pictures of how these adapters are installed? Any reviews?
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Would the 135i calipers fit the wider rotors without having to file down the pads?
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      01-13-2019, 05:40 AM   #159
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I know im reviving an old thread, but could one weld a spacer on the caliper itself to get the added space needed to run the m3 rotors?
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I know im reviving an old thread, but could one weld a spacer on the caliper itself to get the added space needed to run the m3 rotors?
At least one person has welded and modified the stock caliper carrier to mate the calipers to the E46 M3 CSL disks, but I agree with the OP that modifying the stock carrier in such a way is not a good idea.

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At least one person has welded and modified the stock caliper carrier to mate the calipers to the E46 M3 CSL disks, but I agree with the OP that modifying the stock carrier in such a way is not a good idea.

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I hear you. Im thinking about the caliper itself.
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I hear you. Im thinking about the caliper itself.
I would be even less inclined to weld something on to the caliper body, but that's just me.
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I would be even less inclined to weld something on to the caliper body, but that's just me.
Actually, I'd have to look at the caliper itself because I haven't mounted it but I think the way the bracket mounts to it, there is no way adding material would aid in the case for spacing in this context. What is the concern with welding the bracket? Is it because its some sort of casting that is weak?
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I have Adapters in stock for using the M3 e46 CSL Disc with the 6pot E82 135i caliper.
Made from galvanized steel for best strength.

Hit me up, if you Need some.
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I have Adapters in stock for using the M3 e46 CSL Disc with the 6pot E82 135i caliper.
Made from galvanized steel for best strength.

Hit me up, if you Need some.
sent a pm. Waiting to hear back.
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