The Stripper

In this entry, we finally complete the kit by installing the rear components. We touch on the usual rapid restorations while in there, pump to eternity and I give a preview to my initial impressions.

TL;DR: shifting bias to the rear is real.

In this entry, I compare the OEM rear brake system components off the Stripper against the finalized rear section of the Custom Clubsport AP Racing kit critical to complete the braking bias shift to the rear. 

In this journal entry, I provide my personal, subjective review on the kit. After a few months of driving, the braking performance undeniably feels better with surprising subjective benefits of the rear bias engineering.
In this journal entry, I explore Haimus' internal testing leading up to the Clubsport kit, dig out German archives covering tests of various E9x M3 BBK and Antonio provides insights on how they improved upon the concept of increasing rear bias on the E9X M3.
This specific journal entry laws down the fundamentals to brake bias, historical evolution of BMW M's ABS and take a more technical dive on it.
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