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      07-28-2020, 12:00 PM   #1
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Switching to carbon ceramics. These were replaced new at BMW dealer in 2018 so have around 12k miles on them.

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Just curious. How to put together your carbon ceramics? New used? How much did you end up spending?
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Just curious. How to put together your carbon ceramics? New used? How much did you end up spending?
All new and aftermarket. Used options didnít seem like there were many unless it was from wrecked car. And personally donít think Iíve seen anyone switch from CCBís to iron on this vehicle platform unless it was time to replace the CCBís because they were worn out.

RK Autoworks or whatever they call themselves had front rotors at one point for around $5k I think before tax but I donít think they had rear rotors available. So I went aftermarket. After tax the front calipers are right under $1,000 each from Brembo. The rotors are $2900 each after tax for the fronts also. Then I had to have custom brackets and all that done. So figure $4,000 in calipers, $11,500 in rotors. Then the pads, which apparently donít come included.. 🤬 are another $2k for both front and rear. So roughly ~$17,000USD for parts all set and done. And they will work better than the OEM CCBís.
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All new and aftermarket. Used options didnít seem like there were many unless it was from wrecked car. And personally donít think Iíve seen anyone switch from CCBís to iron on this vehicle platform unless it was time to replace the CCBís because they were worn out.

RK Autoworks or whatever they call themselves had front rotors at one point for around $5k I think before tax but I donít think they had rear rotors available. So I went aftermarket. After tax the front calipers are right under $1,000 each from Brembo. The rotors are $2900 each after tax for the fronts also. Then I had to have custom brackets and all that done. So figure $4,000 in calipers, $11,500 in rotors. Then the pads, which apparently donít come included.. 🤬 are another $2k for both front and rear. So roughly ~$17,000USD for parts all set and done. And they will work better than the OEM CCBís.

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What happened to the fronts?
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What happened to the fronts?
Sold those on the M5 classifieds page on Facebook. I sold them for $1,000 with the rotors. They were kind of dinged up.
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