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Old 04-09-2010, 06:43 PM   #1
Dammerung
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E38 740 brakes upgrade

I believe the 750 has the two piston calipers and bigger rotors in the front. From what i kno the brake lines are the same. So doing a swap shud be easy. Wonder if its possible to get a hold of the front 750 calipers in good condition. Better brakes never hurts

The rear is the same in both cars im quite sure. Any insights?
has neone tried this? Or have a better brake mod?

Note: Image of black E38 is of a 750 with newly installed brakes.
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