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Old 02-04-2008, 04:01 PM   #1
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Selling 2 Wilwood billet Dynalite 4-piston calipers. Part number is 120-5005. These calipers are the correct units for a big brake kit in a Miata. I just removed them this weekend. They function perfectly, nothing leaks, etc etc. I am trying a different caliper at this time. $100 plus shipping for both. I also have a set of Ferodo DS2500 pads with at least 60% life on them that fit these calipers, if anyone is intersted. The calipers will also include new pad pins.

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im curious to know, what rotors do you need for these calipers? some generic ones or sepcific willwood rotors that are hard to find, etc.
someone please chime in, i am interested if supra353546354231.34235231437565763 falls through
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I used these calipers with a Panache BBK, www.monstermiata.com sells the kits. The rotors are easy to replace, wilwood part numbers, the rotor hats and fasteners came from monstermiata.com. Basically, the kit Martin sells are the brackets, hats, fasteners, some other odds and ends, and you have to source the front and rear calipers and rotors, and pads. You find used calipers and you could have a BBK for under $1000. BTW, I also have a set of Axxis Ultimates rear pads for the RX7 calipers used in this kit, I'll sell those as well to anyone interested.
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so with these calipers all you would need to get are bigger rotors or is there more to it
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OK, got a few PMs, but mx03tb if you can send paypal by tomorrow morning you got them, then it goes down the line to the next guy etc etc. I am more than willing to offer a package deal on the 2 sets of pads for anyone interested. I went with a more aggressive pad compound so I don't use these anymore, but they will more than handle light track duty.

The rotors used are 2-piece, 11" all around. The replacement rotors are easily sourced through Summit Racing, and is a standard WW part number. The rotors may not be the cutting edge of technology but they are cheap and friggin huge. You've got to be putting down massive power and road race it to get these brakes to show any kind of fade. The kit is also quite a bit lighter than an OEM 1.8l brake system.
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This is not a PnP caliper for your OEM system. You have to source caliper brackets from whichever BBK vendor you want, then run their accompanying brake rotors. So if you run Martin's brackets, you run his rotor hats and rotors. If you get Goodwin brackets you run his rotors. I don't know if hat thicknesses are the same between vendors, so that's why I suggest staying with whichever vendor you get the brackets from. If you know the specs, then you can do whatever you want with mixing and matching.
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