F8x M2Comp M sport brake upgrade non CCB

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F8x M2Comp M sport brake upgrade non CCB

Post by Blind Pugh » Wed Mar 21, 2018 11:11 am

For the "soon-to-be-announced" M2 Comp Option code 2NH: "M Sportbrake" ("M Sportbremse")

The brakes on black M2 CS test mule pictured below are not CCBs, but look bigger than the current M2.

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(source: http://f87.bimmerpost.com/forums/showth ... p=21237030)

F87bimmerpost Forum user lemetier claims that M2CS brakes are
Fxx M5/6 fronts (400mm) and a unique hybrid rear setup. The 4 piston rear caliper comes from the F8x M3/4 MCCB, disc friction ring is M5/6 sized (395mm), and disc hat (with incorporated handbrake drum) is new
Front and rear - current LLB M2 (front discs feature 3 rows of drilled holes):
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Front and rear - Black M2 CS test mule (front discs feature 4 rows of drilled holes):
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The front caliper/disc look identical to the F10 M5 - below is front brakes behind 19" M2 wheel vs the 20" M5 wheel.

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For mlite owners - current OEM brake upgrade is MPBBK 4pot/2pot 370mm/345mm, which use same calipers as std M2. So could it be reasonable to assume that M2 2NH front upgrade could potentially be used on F2x / F3x cars as an OEM PnP 6pot upgrade c/w F8x front 380mm discs ?? The use of 4pot rears would no doubt be more challenging as it would require a 355mm rear disc compatible with F2x handbrake shoes......
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Re: F8x M2Comp M sport brake upgrade non CCB

Post by Fidiman » Fri Mar 23, 2018 6:30 am

Could be an interesting upgrade as you said, BP. I see other modifications too: creating a bracket for the new calipers, using spacers or wider wheels and finally... Would the master cylinder be big enough to ensure the new enhanced braking force? In addition, pedal feeling should be different.
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