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Old 02-17-2009, 02:45 PM
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It wasn't due to the picture was it??
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Although, there are a couple of us who would prefer pink, and will have theirs painted that color from the get go
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The JCW 4-Piston works fine on the R50/R52/R53. It's on my mod list if I find enough of those yellow shiny bricks with the hoola dancer.

There are two things to note:

- You have to use steel braided brake lines for the R56. Even the regular rubber lines for the R56 are too thick.

- You need to modify the protection plate

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I've got them in my Mini and went to track days. They do a really good job. I had before a Wilwood kit and I find this Brembo JCW R56 BBK working better than the Wilwood one. Maybe a bit heavier because they are bigger but really good even in everyday use.
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