Wilwood 140-11507 Billet Dynalite Radial Mnt Sprint Inboard Brake Kit
Rear Inboard Position, Splined Bolt Pattern, 12.19 Inch Rotor Diameter, Vented Rotor Type, Gray
These Billet Narrow Dynalite Radial Sprint Inboard kits feature a fully engineered bolt-on brake system for sprint car quick change rears with 3.00 x 46 splined axles.
- Lightweight rotors with high durability, long wear, and superior heat control properties
- Radial mount Dynalight nickel plated caliper with either Composition Metallic or BP-40 pads, produce superior stopping power and consistent fade-free response
- Axle offset: 0
- Kit includes Axle Clamp with Dual Mount Rotor Adapter with T-nuts, radial mount bracket assembly and mounting hardware.
- Type: Narrow Dynalite Radial Mount
- Finish: Nickel Plated
- Piston Count: 4
- Piston Type: Stainless
- Pad Compound: BP-40
- Type: Solid
- Style: Drilled
- Finish: Black Oxide
- Material: Steel
- Diameter: 12.19"
- Width: .350"
- Vane Count: Solid
- Design Type: Steel Scalloped
- Type: Dynamic
- Material: Aluminum
- Finish: Black Anodize
- Mount Style: Adapter-Dynamic
- Bolt Circle: Splined
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