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      09-19-2020, 10:17 PM   #23
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The same with the 395mm calipers, although not offered by BMW
- they bolt up perfectly to the G20 hub, along with the 395mm brake discs.
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Could you please send a link for those?

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      09-20-2020, 09:27 AM   #24
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To me I like the look of the M performance breaks better than stock blue. Worth it? Yes if gave significant stopping power increase. Similar, M performance exhaust more about sounding better than any HP gain
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      10-19-2020, 07:07 AM   #26
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if you spec a car on BMW.co.uk, They all have the Red brakes rather than blue now! (the models with M sport brakes of course)
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I know this thread is a little old, but having trouble finding an answer...

I have a 2020 330xi without track handling package (so no blue brakes) but interested in an upgrade to the blue M-sport/performance. I like the aesthetics but also have felt the current brakes a little lacking at higher speeds on the autobahn in Germany.

Is it simply buying the bigger calipers or is it a complete set/package with other components? Anyone willing to post link or send me some info for a reputable/good way to do this, if it's possible?

Thanks
Hello,

Sorry I didn't see this - but yes you would need to upgrade the whole brake set up - e.g calipers, pads and discs.

The stock brake components e.g stock brake discs would not be compatible with the M Sport brake calipers for example.

You could start by upgrading the front set up to either 348 or 374mm and/or increase the rear to 345mm.
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