Tarox disc and pad range for BMW E36 M3

Tarox’s diagonally vented G88 brake disc

BMW’s E36 M3 is well on its way to classic status, meaning that owners will potentially want to upgrade components. Italian brake manufacturer Tarox now provides such a product, with front disc and pad sets for all models. The kits offer a direct replacement to the OEM parts, but with significantly improved performance and less tendency to fade, Tarox claims.

Four styles are available: the Zero, aimed at replicating OE aesthetics for the purist or collector; the diagonally vented G88; the JDM inspired Sport Japan; and the spirally grooved F2000. Each disc undergoes a structural stress-relieving heat treatment at the end of each machining cycle, which Tarox says increases durability and reduces the risk of warping under repeated heavy braking. All discs are CNC machine-faced down to a tolerance of 0.015mm for both optimal performance and to accentuate the overall look of the car.

In pads, Tarox offers: the Strada for cars that are driven daily with cold performance, instant bite and added longevity; the Corsa, for more performance and track-oriented driving; and the Competizione for competitive racing. Tarox offers every application available for both 3.0 and 3.2 models.

The 1993 BMW M3 E36 – on its way to classic status

The 1993 BMW M3 E36 – on its way to classic status

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