So I am considering buying this set of:
i think full set of ceramic pads
2 brake sensors
BMW E46 325xi 2001 - 2005
FEATURES OF EVOLUTION CERAMIC BRAKE PADS
* Dynamometer tested using SAEJ2430 requirements for safe and fade resistant braking
* Flame scorching of the pad surface to improve green (Pre-Burnish) pad bite
* Ceramic pads are 100% non-ferrous so there is no steel & iron in the pad that cause annoying brake squeal
* Low dust formulation
* All pads come with a constrained layer steel shim with two active rubber layers to silence brake noise
* Positive mold hot pressing to eliminate soft spots inside the pad
* Powerstop is a leading supplier of performance brake parts since 1997
FEATURES OF KINETIC CROSS DRILLED ROTORS
* Castings are made using SAEJ431 metallurgy from ISO9000 registered foundries
* Large drill holes reduce stress risers
* Holes are engineered for optimum cooling to prevent rotor warping
* Zinc-dichromate plating resists rust for years and provides much better protection than painted rotors
* Precision machined using state of the art CNC machine for perfect fit and balance
* Custom chamfered holes to prevent rotor cracking
But looking at what rotor discs are on mine now, the rear ones seem slightly smaller than the front ones....
Will this cause a problem???? Looking at the picture they all look the same size..
Does the brake component adjust or move farther back?
I can get pix if this sounds odd...
MY VIN # is WBAAV33411EE22723
SO AS FOLLOWS:
Chassis number EE23723
Vehicle code AS33
Body type saloon
Catalog model USA
Production date 2000 / 04
This car is a 2001 right??
I plan on doing this myself, Are there any special tools or anything absoluetly necessary to complete the job? i am planning on buying a Lisle Tools
Disc Brake Pad Spreader
2001 BMW 325XI
This is correct right???