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      09-15-2018, 10:14 PM   #1
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M2 Competition front and rear track pads

Hello, cant find any track pads for my M2C. Does anybody know any good track pads for a M2C with the upgrated brakes?
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Bumping this because I couldn't find anything either.

I'd like to upgrade the pads as well. I ran my E92 stock once before at a pretty fast track and instantly regretted it...Would like to swap pads and fluids for the m2c's first track day.
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Bumping this because I couldn't find anything either.

I'd like to upgrade the pads as well. I ran my E92 stock once before at a pretty fast track and instantly regretted it...Would like to swap pads and fluids for the m2c's first track day.
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Bumping this because I couldn't find anything either.

I'd like to upgrade the pads as well. I ran my E92 stock once before at a pretty fast track and instantly regretted it...Would like to swap pads and fluids for the m2c's first track day.
Endless ME20, put them on mine M2 Competition with optional brakes
Do you have the part number for it? I can't find the right pad size for m2c with big brakes.
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      12-08-2018, 03:26 AM   #5
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Do you have the part number for it? I can't find the right pad size for m2c with big brakes.
The front pad is the same fitment as F10 M5 I think. The rear I have no idea.
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The front pad is the same fitment as F10 M5 I think. The rear I have no idea.
Yes, front are same fitmwnt as front F10 M5 or front CCB F8X M3/4

Rear are same as rear F8X M3/4 or Audi R8, Nissan GT-R and many others.

Front shape

Rear shape

In the rear you can fit 18mm thickness, for the front there is just one size available, because its brake pad just for BMW
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Hello, cant find any track pads for my M2C. Does anybody know any good track pads for a M2C with the upgrated brakes?
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Pagid RS29's have been available for a while.

https://www.hpashop.com/Pagid-RS29-P...-Pagid-M2C.htm
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We're bringing an M2 Competition in next Monday to verify fitment of our Essex/AP Racing brake kits. We'll verify the pad shapes at that time. We most likely have Ferodo pad fitments in the proper shapes. Thanks.
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What I don't find is a vendor that has replacement stock rotors!

These are supposed to be the part numbers
34118072017
34118072018
34118072019
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What I don't find is a vendor that has replacement stock rotors!

These are supposed to be the part numbers
34118072017
34118072018
34118072019
34118072020
They are Germany only with 3-4 weeks of lead time!
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They are Germany only with 3-4 weeks of lead time!
Thank you for the reply
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Thank you for the reply
Someone will come out with a true two-piece option soon I am sure.

Who has gone through their M2C rotors already?
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Someone will come out with a true two-piece option soon I am sure.

Who has gone through their M2C rotors already?
some people have gone through their CCBs in their GTS already and desperately want an OEM-style option until they get a BBK
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What I don't find is a vendor that has replacement stock rotors!

These are supposed to be the part numbers
34118072017
34118072018
34118072019
34118072020
Rdd Japan has stock replacement...they specialise in racing brakes and Brembo brake replacement parts.

Rotor is made from high carbon steel with carbon level at 35% or higher. Less than 5 microns surface accuracy.

Front rotor (400mm x 36mm) 12.8Kg (-1.2Kg from stock each)
Rear rotor (380mm x 28mm) 7.8Kg (-2.1Kg from stock each)

I believe there are Rdd resellers in the US

Pictures are sourced from a Japanese website(https://macars.net/blog/archive/20614)
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I believe there are hawk DTC applications as well for this new brake system, emailing my contact at HAWK.
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I believe there are hawk DTC applications as well for this new brake system, emailing my contact at HAWK.
Our Hawk rep. said no applications for the M2 Comp.
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Rdd Japan has stock replacement...they specialise in racing brakes and Brembo brake replacement parts.

Rotor is made from high carbon steel with carbon level at 35% or higher. Less than 5 microns surface accuracy.

Front rotor (400mm x 36mm) 12.8Kg (-1.2Kg from stock each)
Rear rotor (380mm x 28mm) 7.8Kg (-2.1Kg from stock each)

I believe there are Rdd resellers in the US

Pictures are sourced from a Japanese website(https://macars.net/blog/archive/20614)
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Our Hawk rep. said no applications for the M2 Comp.
They should at least have rear applications, same as a R35 Nissan GT-R. I owned one and used Hawk DTC pads on it. They probably don't make a front fitment as it's only for M2C, M5, M6 calipers
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They should at least have rear applications, same as a R35 Nissan GT-R. I owned one and used Hawk DTC pads on it. They probably don't make a front fitment as it's only for M2C, M5, M6 calipers
Not sure. They just said nothing now but they are working on it.
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Rdd Japan has stock replacement...they specialise in racing brakes and Brembo brake replacement parts.

Rotor is made from high carbon steel with carbon level at 35% or higher. Less than 5 microns surface accuracy.

Front rotor (400mm x 36mm) 12.8Kg (-1.2Kg from stock each)
Rear rotor (380mm x 28mm) 7.8Kg (-2.1Kg from stock each)

I believe there are Rdd resellers in the US

Pictures are sourced from a Japanese website(https://macars.net/blog/archive/20614)
We have a source for these but they don't come cheap. We can't post prices in this thread so please PM or email for pricing.
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It seems the brake dust on my M2C is really bad as compared to my previous M2.

Can anyone recommend alternative pads to the OE ones I can use for both street and track ?
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