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  • Brake Development for BMW M5 F90 (2018+)

    Rotor Specs:

    Iron Brake:
    Front: 395x36mm
    Rear: 380x28mm

    Front: 400x38mm
    Rear: 380x28mm

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        CCB Rotor de-lamination:

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        • #5
          Why cheap rear brake calipers on M5 (and M8)?

          F90 Rear caliper looks very similar to for G and X series from 2014-2020
          G01,G02,G05, G06, G07, G11,G12,G30,G31,G32
          x5/x6 /x7

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          F10 Rear caliper


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            Front & Rear Brake Pad Sets Kit Genuine For BMW G30 540i G12 750i M Sport Brakes

            Front pad is PD1868 (90mm depth)
            Rear pad is PD2059 (same as for F90 M5) but the picture shows same as F10 (PD1469)

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            • #7
              This image shows the correct rear pad (PD2059)
              Front & Rear Brake Kit Pads & Sensors For BMW G12 M760i xDrive 2018


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              • #8
                Difference between 750i and 760i

                For 2010, BMW's luxury 7 Series comes in two distinct models, the 750i and Li and the 760Li. The major difference between the two models is the engine size. However, it is important to note that the 760 can be longer, by 5.5 inches than the 750, due to the fact that the Li (long wheelbase) is an option on the 750, but standard to the 760. When it comes to comfort and convenience, the 760Li is the top of the line model. Many purchase options for the 750 are standard equipment on the better equipped 760Li.
                750i and Li have a 400-horsepower, 4.4-liter V-8 engine and six-speed automatic transmission with auto-manual shift.

                The 760Li features a turbocharged 544-horsepower, 6.0-liter V12 engine and an eight-speed automatic transmission.


                • #9
                  Official data:

                  Wheels / Tires / Brakes
                  • 275/40R 19 front and 285/40 R 19 rear tires are specially homologated for the new M5
                  • Standard 19-inch five-double-spoke cast light-alloy wheels in polished Orbit Grey (front: 9.5x10, rear: 10.5x19)
                  • Optional 20-inch seven-double-spoke wheels in black or polished black (front tires: 275/35 R 20, rear tires: 285/35 R 20)
                  • Standard M compound brakes are significantly lighter than conventional cast iron units (Due to aluminum hats)
                  • 15.55 x 1.41 in. perforated, inner-vented 6-piston fixed calipers (394x36)
                  • 14.96 x 1.10 [in] perforated, inner-vented single-piston floating calipers (380x28)
                  • Optional M carbon ceramic brakes with front 6-piston fixed calipers (15.74 x 1.49 in.) and rear single-piston floating calipers (14.96 x 1.10 in.) 400x38/380x28
                  • Ceramic brakes reduces unsprung weight by 50.7 lbs


                  • #10
                    BMW M5 F90 brake pads are available for purchase: