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Thread: Brake Pads: Without M-Technology

  1. #1
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    Apr 2019
    Aberdeen, Scotland
    My Cars
    2015 BMW 2 Series Coupe

    Brake Pads: Without M-Technology

    My 2015 BMW 2 Series Coupe M-Sport, 218d (F22) is due its MOT and is in on the 2nd May.
    Last year I had an advisory that the brake pads were 70% worn, given I drive about 3000 miles I wasnt too concerned and completely forgot.

    I'm thinking of buying pads and having them fitted prior to the MOT next week but seem to be having issues finding the correct ones.
    I've typed in my Reg number on euro car parts website and gone through the brake pads for my car, but they all say "for vehicles without M-technology".

    Does that mean they are not suitable for my 218d M-Sport?

    Edit: My brakes have the blue BMW calipers on them!
    Last edited by LainOne; 04-25-2019 at 05:00 AM.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jul 2011
    Arlington, VA
    My Cars
    2018 BMW M240i
    Go to and enter the last 7 characters of the car’s vehicle identification number. Hit enter and bookmark the page. Scroll down to brakes and get the right part numbers for the pads. Then google the part numbers to see who’s offering pads. Your best bet is to find an online vendor who sells factory pads at a discount. The brake pad suppliers are Textar, Pagid and Jurid.

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