Wilwood’s new brake kit for the 1995 through 2005 Mazda Miata sports car

Wilwood engineering has recently introduced a front disc brake kit for the 1995 through 2005 Mazda Miata sports car that features the latest in disc brake technology. This track-tested kit will not only provide better street performance, it will definitely make a huge improvement over the original brakes on the track where consistency counts. The complete brake kit is also lighter than the original brakes, so a handling improvement will also be a benefit received from the upgrade.

 

The kit features forged billet Dynalite calipers that work perfectly with the aluminum hats and 11-inch rotors. The complete kit is part number 140-11704 and it can be ordered with Platinum-E or Red powder coated calipers and the buyer’s choice of standard or drilled and slotted rotors. The complete kit comes with the calipers, aluminum rotor adapters, rotors, caliper brackets, BP-10 brake pads, and all of the hardware required to finish the installation.

The Wilwood performance brake kits are loaded with cutting edge technology built on years of domination in world motorsports and are engineered for easy bolt-on installation. Wilwood’s Pro Series Brake Kits are designed to meet the high performance demands of today’s tire, wheel and suspension technology.

For more information contact: Wilwood Engineering at (805) 388-1188 or visit our website at www.wilwood.com.

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