Zimmerman replacement Brake Rotors are manufactured in Germany to exacting specifications, yielding one of the highest quality rotors available for your MINI Cooper and Cooper S.
2002-2006 R50 MINI Cooper and R53 Cooper S Hardtop
2005-2008 R52 MINI Cooper and Cooper S Convertibles
Sold in pairs. Comes with anti-corrosion coating.
If you need to replace the set screw that holds the rotor in place, see NMB7603.
If your brake wear warning light is illumninated, see replacement sensors.
For Zimmerman rotors to fit the 2007+ R56 Hatchbacks, 2008+ R55 CLUBMANs, and 2009+ R57 Convertibles, see G2NMB2070.
ZIMMERMANN - Quality begins with the material.
Over the last few years, an increasing number of brake discs which are not identical to the respective original part in terms of their design and function have been sold on the market. Tests have revealed that basic material specifications in particular, but also changes to tolerances result in deformations and increased cracking of brake discs.
Otto Zimmermann GmbH has been performing inertia dynamometer tests and driving tests together with TÜV NORD Mobilität GmbH & Co. KG on an ongoing basis for more than 10 years, at great financial cost. On the basis of these tests, we are able to offer the free spare parts market spare parts of the same quality.
Zimmermann brake discs are "spare parts of the same quality" as original brake discs. The third-country brake discs tested by TÜV NORD do not meet this claim.
In all the brake discs tested, third-country products break considerably more quickly. The Zimmermann brake disc and the original product therefore have a significantly longer life expectancy.
The thermo-mechanical deformation is identical for the Zimmermann brake disc and the original brake disc. The third-country brake disc falls significantly below this level with respect to virtually all the criteria tested.
MINI recommends the brake fluid be replaced every 2 years. See Mini Cooper Brake Fluid Pentosin DOT4 for replacement brake fluid.
For High Performance Brake Fluids, see the following: