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Massive 5 Lug 5x120 BBK Hats, Handbrake ring and Hardware for E36 Ti Rear End on E30

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    Massive 5 Lug 5x120 BBK Hats, Handbrake ring and Hardware for E36 Ti Rear End on E30

    $500 Shipped

    Please text/call me at 805-680-9837. I am Pacific time, so I may get back to you after 6PM Pacific. -Justin

    For those converting to 5 lug on an E30, the easiest/most popular choice seems to be E36 M3 Front and E36 Ti Rear end 5 lug.

    However doing so with the E36 Ti Rear brakes give you terrible brake bias with the E36 M3 front calipers.

    I do not believe Massive is making these anymore, but the fix is to use his hats and combine with the Wilwood Forged Superlite calipers 120-11127 and Wilwood Ultralite 32 Curved Vane Rotor 160-2900 / 160-2901

    Wilwood and Massive make Caliper kits to convert to Wilwood fronts as well (Wilwood Forged Narrow, and Massive Wilwood Forged Non-Narrow)

    So, if you want a 5 lug setup using E36 Ti rear arms, you should have this kit. I have it on my (just sold on BaT) E30 S54 swap, and have had boosted and manual brakes with this setup and it worked wonderfully on track and autox, never a problem to place top 3 with my old S52 conversion. Never got a chance to drive the S54 conversion. The nice thing about the swap is rotors and pads now are quite cheap.

    Take a look, these were my backup set that have never been installed:

    What it looks like on the car with my old setup:
    Last edited by R3Z3N; 02-19-2020, 09:42 PM.

    Kit fits 1.8 liter 318Ti hubs

    Current retail is
    300$cad ($225usd) for handbrake drums
    700$cad ($525usd) for installation kit
    40$cad ($30usd) shipping

    So $550usd is a great price ;-)

    From the pictures, kit seems complete except for missing BMW OEM setscrews and 1/8npt-to-10mmx1 90° hydraulic adapters

    Brackets fit 12.2"x1.25" (310x32mm) rotors. If you want brackets for 11.75"x1.25" (300x32mm) rotors, I can exchange them for the cost of shipping.
    Last edited by Massive Lee; 10-08-2019, 09:20 AM.
    Brake harder. Go faster. No shit.


      Thanks for the added info Lee.


        That wheel/tire, suspension, and brake combo looks great in terms of fitment. Do you mind sharing what suspension and wheel/tire sizes you were running? I have 17x8 BBS's with 235/40/17 and they don't resemble that at all.
        '91 318is
        '03 540iT M-Sport
        '76 2002


          ^Thanks! Check my build thread in my sig (if you don't see my sig, you have sig's disabled). For all 3 sets of tires, I only had to use 12mm or 20mm spacers up front for max width/fitment and to clear the coilovers with the 17x8.5s.


            In search of E30M3 Kit front and rear. :)
            1987 BMW 325is,(M3 S50 Swapped)-Current
            2010 FJ Cruiser, aka E30 Support Vehicle-(Daily)
            2008 Scion xB Lowered
            2001 BMW 325i
            1995 BMW 318ti
            1966 Ford Mustang Coupe
            1965 Ford Mustang Coupe

            My Thread


              ^E30 M3 front and rear kit will give you less fitment options unless you widebody/fender flare your arches.

              If you still want E30 M3 5 lug, I recommend posting in the wanted section.


                Bump: $500 Shipped: BTW as PM notifications are mostly broken, please reach out via phone or put a reply inline here. Offers discussed.