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    DIY UUC Rear M3 BBK

    I'm going to be installing the rear big brake kit i bought from UUC, i initially got the wrong parts but Rob at UUC got everything straighten out great customer service, i got the lifts finally installed in my new garage so i'm going to be installing the KIT tomorrow.

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    I'm doing this by myself so my motive brake pump will help me a lot i bought it back when i swap my transmission for a m3 one.

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    Install is pretty straight forward. Just make sure everything is tightened up good. When we did mine we didn't tighten one of the lines and brake fluid shot all over my freshly painted calibers. No fun. Are the rotors painted.

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    Why only rears? Fronts are more important or do you have those. You should get that TT turbo kit for you ride. Badass!

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    Good upgrade.
    Important to have proper stopping power with the GOing power.
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    Install is pretty straight forward. Just make sure everything is tightened up good. When we did mine we didn't tighten one of the lines and brake fluid shot all over my freshly painted calibers. No fun. Are the rotors painted.
    i already installed the fronts already I bought the front and rear BBK While installing the fronts i had brake fluid dripping everywhere the kit came with loctite al make sure everything is nice and tight

    I wanted the TT kit but i got the AA stage 2 for price i couldn't refuse something like 3k, i had like 10k to spend to i spend the rest on the BBK, Upgraded clutch and flywheel, Meth Injection, new radio system, carbon fiber hood, trunk, and sunroof most of my car was parted off, to make all these changes...

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    Nice. I want a free BBK kit. Anyone with money to burn want to buy me a set?
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    Good stuff. If you plan on keeping the car. I'd look back into that turbo kit. Maybe
    something in future. Boost is addicting. With the turbo you'll have more upgrade options. Not to mention big power.

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    Good stuff. If you plan on keeping the car. I'd look back into that turbo kit. Maybe
    something in future. Boost is addicting. With the turbo you'll have more upgrade options. Not to mention big power.
    I think my next upgrade will be a m3 engine since i already have the diff and transmission.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by cnotesdip Click here to enlarge
    I think my next upgrade will be a m3 engine since i already have the diff and transmission.
    Go with an E36 M3 engine (s50/s52) and trans... easily swapped in... for BIG reliable easily-tuned handsome rapauge POWER.
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    will my e46 m3 tranny and diff work with the e36 engine

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    I agree with s50/52 engine. You'd probably be the only
    ne to do this. Also my opinion on putting all those m3 parts on your car would be
    a waste when e46m3 can be had for cheap depending on miles and condition. Just my opinions.

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    I bought this car years ago back then the m3 was going for like 30 to 40k, I like my car we been together for a couple of years and i don't think al be letting her go even if i buy another car al still stay with my 330, i spend way too much to let her go..

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    I left early in the morning to install my rear BBk, started by replacing the rotors, while installing the bracket for the caliper i notice it did not line up i got UUC on the phone and found out i got the wrong calipers, Rob at UUC is great he ordered me another pair.

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    Is good movie....

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    hopefully this will not take 2 months .... Gluck.
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    These calipers are dropship from Wilwood, these are Wilwood brakes the only thing UUC does is make the brackets to make it work, last time i had the calipers sent out to me i waited about 2 to 3 weeks.

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    i got the calipers in today from UUC, instead of Superlite calipers i got some Dynapros i found this link at the Wilwood website these calipers are pretty cheap the 6 about 150 per caliper in some models

    http://www.wilwood.com/Calipers/Cali...ite%20Internal

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    i got the new calipers but the brake pads did not fit, i was sent out some but those didn't fit neither i have to call UUC on Monday

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by cnotesdip Click here to enlarge
    i got the new calipers but the brake pads did not fit, i was sent out some but those didn't fit neither i have to call UUC on Monday
    Wrong pads twice?

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    Well the first time the pads on the old calipers did not work so i guess it could be the 1st time

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    i hope it works out man.
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