BMW F01 750Li brakes. They are also on other models (see list below). These brake assemblies are useless to salvage yards - who buys late model brakes? No none as no calipers are worn out yet.
I purchased two complete front caliper assemblies - calipers, mounting brackets, wear sensor, like new factory pads ... for ... wait for it $60. And that was shipped . I spent $190 shipped for Power Stop EBR1220XPR Front Evolution Drilled and Slotted Rotor Pair. I was not going to spend $500 on the factory disks. FYI one can buy Zimmerman rotors from FCP Euro for $200 shipped with FCP Euro's lifetime warranty. These are 374mm x 36mm instead of the stock 348mm x 36mm rotors.
Here are the models from which one can purchase the brake assembly, in the USA:
Anyway installation is dead nuts straightforward. I have the M-sport option on my 535d with the staggered 19" wheels. You'll need 19's as these are a tight fit.
One thing to note - when you change caliper assemblies, the brake line for the calipers goes up to the hard line attachment point at the body. COMPLETELY CLEAN OUT that area before disassembling the connection. That spot collects rocks, dirt, etc. I used a screwdriver to remove rocks, compressed air, and liberal amounts of brake cleaners. You don't want to introduce dirt into the brake line system.
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