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Old 12-22-2010, 12:03 AM   #81
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I have old ET40's and a 5mm spacer when the time comes.
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Will the hats to use with the bracket be 4x3.93 bolt pattern 8x7 rotor bolt pattern and 3.06in (77mm) inner diameter?

I looked around through the wilwood website and couldn't find a 8x7 with inner diameter of more than 2.53in (64.3mm). There's the 6x6.25 hat in the 11" miata kit, but no 11.75" rotor for that and a 8x7 rotor was linked on summit in the first post. Is wilwood (or someone else) making a new hat?

edit: nevermind, I don't know my own car's center bore.
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Will the hats to use with the bracket be 4x3.93 bolt pattern 8x7 rotor bolt pattern and 3.06in (77mm) inner diameter?

I looked around through the wilwood website and couldn't find a 8x7 with inner diameter of more than 2.53in (64.3mm). There's the 6x6.25 hat in the 11" miata kit, but no 11.75" rotor for that and a 8x7 rotor was linked on summit in the first post. Is wilwood (or someone else) making a new hat?

edit: nevermind, I don't know my own car's center bore.
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Old 01-04-2011, 11:36 PM   #84
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Been busy moving into our new shop. Once I have a quote back from the machinist I will let everyone know.
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Old 01-05-2011, 11:02 AM   #86
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Been busy moving into our new shop. Once I have a quote back from the machinist I will let everyone know.
"You **** with my money, you **** with my life."

It's nice to hear that you scored a new shop/growhouse.
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I'll post some more photos, we are still getting it set up. More than double the space we used to have, not including the 600sq.ft mezzanine above the main shop.
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I'll post some more photos, we are still getting it set up. More than double the space we used to have, not including the 600sq.ft mezzanine above the main shop.
Hurry up. I checked my bearings yesterday and the grease is all burnt from extreme brake heat.
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I may be in, I have a line on some Wilwood calipers...need to find out details on them.
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Got word back from the machinist - product will ship the 2nd week of February.

Group Buy price is $149, this price is good through January 31st. The price will jump to $199 on February 1st. $50 deposit is due to reserve group-buy pricing, the remainder is due before everything ships out. If you don't get a PM from me and you want to join in on the fun, email info at trackspeed engineering dot com for details, or send a $50 Paypal to that same address with "Wilwood 11.75" Group Buy" in the comments.

If you are ordering calipers/pads/rotors/hats through us as well, contact me for an updated price total. 25% deposit is due before Jan31, balance due before shipping.
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Group Buy Pricing for package deals is as follows:

Brackets only - $149, $49 deposit due
-TSE brackets only, no hardware

Brackets + Rotors - $499, $125 deposit due <-- Upgrade package for our current BBK customers
-TSE brackets
-Wilwood rotors (rings, hats, and hardware)

Brackets, Calipers, Lines, and hardware - $499, $125 deposit due
-TSE brackets
-TSE hardware and lines
-Wilwood Dynalite calipers

Full Kit - $839, $205 deposit due
-TSE brackets
-TSE hardware and lines
-Wilwood Dynalite calipers
-Wilwood rotors (rings, hats, and hardware)

Full Kit w/ pads - $899, $225 deposit due
-All of the above, plus..
-One set of Hawk DTC-70 or Hawk HP+ brake pads

If I have quoted you a higher figure in PM, ignore it.

Deposits are nonrefundable. Group buy pricing will apply through January 31st, at which point all prices will go up by at least $50-100. Send deposits to info at trackspeed engineering dot com. Be sure to include what package you are purchasing as well as a shipping address.

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I didn't know Sav took head as payment Hustler - go ahead and pay for mine too while you're there Payday's coming up, will have the fundage in a couple days
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So... I take from my post disappearing that there won't be a parts list available to make these brackets work without buying everything from TSE?
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So... I take from my post disappearing that there won't be a parts list available to make these brackets work without buying everything from TSE?
It was an incorrect parts list and having it in the thread just causes confusion so it was removed.
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It was an incorrect parts list and having it in the thread just causes confusion so it was removed.
That's fine but can we get a correct parts list then?
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That's fine but can we get a correct parts list then?
This would be greatly appreciated since we can purchase the brackets by themselves.
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That's fine but can we get a correct parts list then?
Sure.

Calipers - 120-6806 - $250/pair retail
Hats - 170-10200 - $250/pair retail
Rotors - 160-0471 - $62/pair retail
Hardware - 230-8390 - $28/pair retail
Brackets - TSE - $149/pair GB Price
Brake lines - TSE - comparable parts approx. $80 retail (stainles steel, plastic sheathed, the good stuff)
Bracket hardware - TSE - ~$20 retail

~840 retail (MSRP is higher, these are the best prices I could find online), or buy it from us for the same price and save the hassle of multiple orders, multiple shipping charges, etc, etc. Plus, you're supporting a company that's doing continued R&D to make sure you guys have high-quality parts available to you.

I didn't mean to silence you or prevent you from ordering elsewhere, njn - I was worried that others might get confused and order the wrong parts.
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I didn't mean to silence you or prevent you from ordering elsewhere, njn - I was worried that others might get confused and order the wrong parts.
No worries. It wasn't that I wanted to buy stuff elsewhere, I just don't plan on going to big brakes this year but wanted to get in on the groupbuy for the brackets because this looks like the best possible brake setup for me. I didn't want to have the brackets and not have the info to complete the setup later.

Thanks for the list. I'll be sending you a deposit soon.

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Thanks for working on this kit.
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