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Old 02-10-2015, 04:36 PM   #1
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The front sport brakes I purchased arrived with damaged shims and I have had trouble finding replacement ones. Anyone happen to have a part number, OEM or aftermarket? So far all I've found is these for the rears in an m.net thread.

Centric Brake Hardware Kit 117 45040 | eBay
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What you are looking for is mazda part N0Y73329ZMV.

It's cheap, too. Turns out Rosenthal has it:

VPM,HARDWARE KIT,FRNT PAD (N0Y7-33-29Z-MV) - $6.56 - N0Y73329ZMV

If you need other stuff, giving mazda-parts.com a try will save you money. About 10% cheaper on most things than Rosenthal. The website sucks though, you beeter have part #s for everything you want.
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What you are looking for is mazda part N0Y73329ZMV.

It's cheap, too. Turns out Rosenthal has it:

VPM,HARDWARE KIT,FRNT PAD (N0Y7-33-29Z-MV) - $6.56 - N0Y73329ZMV

If you need other stuff, giving mazda-parts.com a try will save you money. About 10% cheaper on most things than Rosenthal. The website sucks though, you beeter have part #s for everything you want.
Awesome, thanks! I have a few other things I needed (shift boot, DIN cubby, etc.) so i'm just going to toss it in my order at Mazda Motorsports where it's $2 cheaper ($4.97). Really appreciate the part number though!
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Awesome, thanks! I have a few other things I needed (shift boot, DIN cubby, etc.) so i'm just going to toss it in my order at Mazda Motorsports where it's $2 cheaper ($4.97). Really appreciate the part number though!
Ah, you people with Mazda Motorsports accounts. I want one so bad...

Glad to help.
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Ah, you people with Mazda Motorsports accounts. I want one so bad...

Glad to help.
Two timed events (Autox counts) is all you need!
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Two timed events (Autox counts) is all you need!
But, but, I'm deathly afraid of the cones

Not really, its just that when I read the rules a couple years ago for being a member, it seemed like they wanted it to be an autox in a specific class and such, not just showing up to an autox for fun.

Looking at the entry form now, it looks like they even accept track days. WIN!

So I guess all I need to do now is show up to a autox event and I'm set to be a member?

That would be nice.
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Dustin, come out and AutoX with either NTXAS or the BMW Club. Low key, lots of fun and they count for MazdaSpeed accounts. Both are classed for non-S2000 and non-BMW by displacement and tire type only.
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Anyone have a PN for rears?
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Well, things get a little interesting with the rear brake hardware.

I don't believe Mazda has a hardware kit for the rear sport calipers. I haven't found anything for the sport brakes, but they have a couple different flavors for the regular brake hardware, and yes, the sport hardware is different from the standard hardware.

You can only get the required hardware if you buy a certain pad set that comes with it:

NCY3-26-43ZA

This option kinda sucks, unless you are fine with Mazda's pads, which is a very good pad on the street. I went this route on my last Miata. Brakes were terrific on the street. That Miata never saw track time, so I can't comment on that aspect.

I hope someone has a P/N for just the rear hardware, but I don't think it's out there.
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I read somewhere these would work for the rears. i suggest further research though.

http://m.ebay.com/itm/111155062778?_mwBanner=1&rmvSB=true
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I read somewhere these would work for the rears. i suggest further research though.

Centric Brake Hardware Kit 117 45040 | eBay
Centric 117.45040 seems to be the ticket.

Theres a review on Amazon stating that this is whats needed for the Miata Rear Sport Brakes. Prime Eligible!

Not official Mazda, but who cares?

Good find.
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So for fronts.... Centric 117.45036 is correct?
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So for fronts.... Centric 117.45036 is correct?
I'm not sure. But I got N0Y73329ZMV in the mail and they were NOT right. I currently have no front shims installed.
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I'm finding this somewhat promising since a base 99 is not showing compatible on the Ebay listing. I'll be the guinea pig.
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That'd be sick. In for results. the Mazda ones with part # N0Y73329ZMV seemed to have the bends in the wrong place, and were too wide to even fit in the grooves.
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In for updates... LOL
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In for updates... LOL

The **** i cobbled together from the non-sport stuff is hopefully the source of my noises. These brakes are impossibly noisy, and i don't think it's just because they're EBC Yellows.

Looks like both sellers have already shipped the hardware. I'll try to get them installed next weekend.
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Yeah that number is in this thread a few times.
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