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      02-19-2020, 01:53 PM   #1
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FS: Alpina B7 G11/G12 395mm Calipers

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Brand new G11/G12 Alpina B7 Brembo 4 piston brake calipers with brand new oem pads. These are an upgrade for all G30 models EXCEPT the M5.

May have scuffs or marks from moving them around, but no brake fluid has ever been through them,
These are designed for the 395x36 front rotors(#34116887397/7398) the much larger brake caliper
These are direct bolt on for g30 but will require at least 20 wheel.
I purchased many many sets in order to make it a retrofit kit for the e60/f10 chassis.

$1100 a pair including brake pads shipped in the US.
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      02-19-2020, 09:17 PM   #2
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Any rotors you could ship with them? $600 just for the rotors on eBay! Got to pay to play I guess.
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Any rotors you could ship with them? $600 just for the rotors on eBay! Got to pay to play I guess.
I've found a few new oem sets on eBay for about $260 a rotor. Which ends up being $520 shipped for the rotors. It is still pricey, but not much alternative around that until aftermarket manufacturers jump in.

I've contacts fcp euro about including them to their catalog.
I have my business account set up with them. If they are able to list them. I'll offer those at cost in order to help sell the calipers
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      02-25-2020, 02:30 PM   #5
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I see that on one of the picture, you have F90 M5 rotors, is it a direct fit with those calipers?
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I see that on one of the picture, you have F90 M5 rotors, is it a direct fit with those calipers?
Those aren't f90 m5 rotors.
F10 rotor,
X5m rotor
E60 m5 rotor
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      02-25-2020, 09:24 PM   #7
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Ah ok so it won t fit on G series with the 5x112 then
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Ah ok so it won t fit on G series with the 5x112 then
It would have to be a 5x112 in order for the G series.
But with minor modification. They are able to fit other chassis as well

At first I thought it was stupid they changed lug pattern and center hub size, but it makes sense.
Shrink the size of the center up to add additional braking contact on the inside without having to increase the outer ridge of the rotor. Thus not making the vehicle have to have bigger sized wheels.


Anyways lol
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      02-29-2020, 01:38 AM   #10
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Thanks for your update. The thing is that I want to upgrade my 540i g30 but I would like an option that would allow me to have M rotors and pads upgrade and it seems that there is no upgrade option for the pads with Pagid, Ferrodo, EBC...so far on those calipers
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Thanks for your update. The thing is that I want to upgrade my 540i g30 but I would like an option that would allow me to have M rotors and pads upgrade and it seems that there is no upgrade option for the pads with Pagid, Ferrodo, EBC...so far on those calipers
Honestly looking at the at the f90 front rotors. They may fit. I just need to be able to measure the offset of the center hub for the m5 rotor.

I see what you are saying about the pad options. It's just a matter of time until the they started popping up.
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