Mods: This is just a feeler, no sales are currently being made. If I start doing so, I will make sure to pay vendor fees.
I am considering offering a big brake kit for 1990-2005 Miatas. This is designed specifically with hard track use in mind, as a solution to all of the brakes issues that come with doubling or tripling a car's horsepower and bringing it out on the race track.
Why do I need this?
If you have overheating issues with your brakes, or have issues with pad taper due to the design of the stock caliper, these will solve those issues! (with proper pads and ducting for your application)
What is included?
Wilwood Dynalite calipers, brackets, pads, Corrado rotors, stainless steel front lines, proportioning valve, and all hardware needed.
Why aren't rear brakes included?
Simply enough: they are not necessary. By using the proportioning valve you can adjust the bias to the rear as you wish, and the rear brakes function as they should. This also helps keep the costs down.
How much is this going to cost?
Cheaper than the others.
But I'm aiming for a price around $750.
Why is this better than the other big brake kit options?
It accomplishes the same task as the others but costs less to purchase and less to maintain. Standard Corrado rotors are used for this kit, so replacing them is ~$50 rather than >$150.
If you already have rotors or any other component of the kit, we can work something out.
Questions or interest? Feel free to post here or PM me.