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Old 08-18-2015, 03:30 PM   #2841
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<p>2006 JWC Rotor</p><p><img src="http://cimg1.ibsrv.net/gimg/www.miataturbo.net-vbulletin/285x400/80-121_34092_dra_ra_p_97486017cd39f71235e2bd64641893f 8c0ba2af9.jpg" title="" /><br /><br />&nbsp;</p>
Ok, theres the problem, you are looking at 06, im looking at 14. They obviously grew over the years.
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Old 08-18-2015, 03:31 PM   #2842
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<p>Psh, I'm cheap. I'll probably be rocking used calipers the whole time.</p><p>&nbsp;</p>
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<p>Psh, I'm cheap. I'll probably be rocking used calipers the whole time.</p><p>&nbsp;</p>
And you know how I roll.

Looks like the 06 was its own rotor, as in, it only fits an 06. Lets try to stick with something that might not be really hard to find later.

like the 07-13 S rotor



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Pre 2006 is an R53 mini cooper, 2007 and up is what we want, r56 and higher.

That 2006 JCW rotor is a teeny tiny little bit thinner though, maybe that's what we want? edit: nevermind!
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<p>Ok, I like the 07-13 s rotor. Just got off the phone with used calipers guy. Said he had a pile of them and would try and find what I needed.</p>
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And if im not mistaken bobbundy did that before relte
Again, just for clarity, Bundy is using a radial mount Dynapro from a modified Mini Cooper big brake kit, with 2 piece Wilwood rotors.

The brackets I got from relete are for the Dynalite using an OEM Mini rotor (PNs and dims above.)

So similar projects, but not the same.
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<p>Maybe we should make both brackets and then when you swap wheels sean you can just swap rotors too how bout v-band it?</p>
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Again, just for clarity, Bundy is using a radial mount Dynapro from a modified Mini Cooper big brake kit, with 2 piece Wilwood rotors.

The brackets I got from relete are for the Dynalite using an OEM Mini rotor (PNs and dims above.)

So similar projects, but not the same.
You are correct, my bad.

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<p>Maybe we should make both brackets and then when you swap wheels sean you can just swap rotors too how bout v-band it?</p>
No. I want easy once its all done.
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<p>MINI 11" rotor instead of Corrado</p><p>Very relevant to our interest.</p>
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Here, just to make sure we have that same link posted in this thread 4 times in the last hour: MINI 11" rotor instead of Corrado

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<p>scuse me. I linked a specific post.</p>
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I know, I'm just being silly
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<p>So were basically reinventing relte's wheel. I'm going to PM him and see if he still has the 11.5inch rotor bracket hanging around.</p>
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<p>So were basically reinventing relte's wheel. I'm going to PM him and see if he still has the 11.5inch rotor bracket hanging around.</p>
Good call. His issue was with NB wheels. none of us are running wheels that thin right? wtf is an nb wheel anyway? x6?
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<p>Yes. x6</p>
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<p>Looks like the dynalite narrow might work with the stock wheels better too.</p><p>Either way I want the pro for the pad change ease.</p>
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I never made it to the 11.5" bracket since all I could fit under NB 15" wheels were the 11" rotors. I thought about trying the 11.5" under my new Konig Dail-ins, but I would need a thick wheel spacer to clear that big of a rotor. My main design goal was to fit the biggest rotor I could under factory wheels for cheap. If you can fit the 11.5" rotor you can probably fit the big boy 11.75 rotors from the big brake kits. Also the 11.5 rotor gets pretty heavy, especially compared to willwood rotors. I can dig up the data if you need it.
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<p>I thought you got the 11.5 to almost fit under stock nb.</p><p>We should check the wilwood rotor offset.</p><p>I know that even 15x9's need a spacer to clear the stock wilwood hat.</p>
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I know that even 15x9's need a spacer to clear the stock wilwood hat.</p>
So whats different about the V8R kits hats that do clear 9s? taller hat and more offset braket to compensate?
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<p>Also the main purpose of this is price.</p><p>11.75 rotor is not even remotely close to cheap.</p><p>The way I see it is:</p><p>Bracket: Freeish</p><p>Rotor: 44</p><p>Calipers: 300 max</p><p>Lines: ~40</p><p>So 400&nbsp;instead of 729?</p><p>V8R has their own custom hat.</p>
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