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      11-19-2019, 08:28 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by Megator View Post
Same haha, I want these for the M2 bad but also have 1.8 years of warranty left...

jritt@essex Why the different rear kit for the competition and what do I pick if I have an EU competition with the normal blue brakes?
Warranty, shmarranty! lol

The brake bias on the Competition was a little bit different vs. the standard M2 with the blue brakes. If we used our standard M2 setup (part#13.01.10050) on the USDM Competition, the car would have too much rear brake. As such, we went down on the rear piston size for the Competition (part#13.01.10111).

In terms of the EU cars, my assumption is that if you have the standard blue brakes, you're going to want our standard kit (10050). That said, we have never measured a Euro spec car, so we don't know if there are any other changes to the brake system. We do have numerous customers in Europe running our kits on these cars though, and we've never had any reported issues or problems with fitment, brake balance, etc. Thanks!