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Old 11-21-2012, 01:39 AM   #1
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Default 949 racing wilwood Big Brake Kit

I purchased the kit for my 1994 in July and used mostly for autoX events. It is in excellent shape and comes with

1. (2) Willwood Dynalite 4 calipers
2. (2) 949 2 piece directional rotors
3. Used set of Carbotech XP8 pads (1/2 life left)
4. (2) SS braided lines
5. New set of Carbotech XP8 pads.

Includes all brackets and bolts required

Asking 525.00+shipping
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Old 11-21-2012, 11:45 AM   #2
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Do you realize that kit with directional rotors cost $649 new?
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Really? I just priced it a 949 and I thought it was 800 for kit plus 130 for pads new?? where are you gettting that price from?
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Looked at 949 site again and new it was 762 for kit and 130 for pads. I reduced the price to 525.00 + shipping

Thanks for the heads up.
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I think he got the $649 price from eBay.
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Im interested. I was hosed and told my 92 had the 1.8 big brakes. It doesnt. I knew they looked small.....I should have measured myself

So Where are you located? I cant pm due to limited posts.
Are these the 2 piece rotors? What are their current thickness? 11 or 11.75"?
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I got the $649 price by quoting the kit at 949's website without the XP8 pads. If you select BP10's pads that is the price new.

I don't really place value on used pads. In my experience "1/2 used" ends up being closer 3/4 used because we can't run em down to the backing plate.

Not trying to poop on your FS thread just wanted to give you perspective from a potential buyers POV.
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your pooping a bit ......I think he is selling a set of pads with 50% life left (I agree with this....I would place there value as 0$)....as well as a set of new pads. I will admit, I assumed what you did at first, untill I just reread the post.

You seem to drive a fast miata. How do the rotors stack up? How many pads are they good for? OP....I hope you dont mind this sort of talk/questions in your thread!


To the OP....why are you getting rid of these?
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My bad I missed the second set of new XP8's. Sorry to all.

Romanm I will take your questions offline.
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OP And K24madness, please email me at

[email protected]


take out any b's in the email. I did that to prevent bot spamming. I have too few posts to pm. I mostly just linger around the forums reading
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They are great brakes but not allowed in STL class racing. I really dont have first hand knowledge on life of rotors. I used the car for mostly auto x and track days. They worked awesome for that.
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So Where are you located? I cant pm due to limited posts.
Are these the 2 piece rotors? What are their current thickness? 11 or 11.75"?
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