AC Schnitzer presents new braking system for the Bmw M3

Article by Christian Andrei, on August 29, 2010

The new AC Schnitzer high performing brake system designed for the Bmw M3 (E90, E92, E93) provides unlimited driving comfort and preparation for all kinds of driving situations.

The brake system provides exceptional performance and standards which are only found in sports cars generally. Together with the height-adjustable suspension tested on Nurburgring's Northern Loop, the M3 makes one highly exciting ride.

The famous neutrality of the M3 is brought to new heights in the AC Schnitzer trim according to Sport Auto when it evaluated the ACS3 Sport Coupe. The brand new brake system comes with 6-piston fixed calipers up front and 4 pistons for the back.

For quick and precise response, the brake system comes with slotted discs and internally ventilated on both front and rear. To promote dexterity, focus was given to maintaining minimum weight. Unsprung weight has been cut by a significant 4 kg in connection with the standard brake system, in spite of larger dimensions.

Likewise, the high performance brake pack of AC Schnitzer is famous for its superb deceleration standards even when in constant use, in both high heat and damp conditions. Excellent braking performance and stable pressure are provided by the large brake discs that measure 380x35 mm at the front and 355x32 mm at the rear.

This new brake system is offered for all three version of the latest M3 as either a complete set for both the front and rear or just for the front only. The brake system is ideal for the tack according to the estimates of those who tested the product.

Topics: ac schnitzer, bmw, bmw m3

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