Wilwood 140-13502 Dynapro Single Rear Brake Kit, 10.2 In Alum. Rotor
Rear Position, Dual: 5 on 4.5"/4.75" Bolt Pattern, 10.20 Inch Rotor Diameter, Solid Rotor Type
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The Dynapro Single Right Rear Sprint & Midget kits are a further evolution of a proven design from Wilwood’s 35+ years of engineering and producing the best open wheel braking systems. Dynapro single calipers have full 2.40 square inches of area for increased clamping force. Right Rear Kits contain Aluminum rotors for maximizing weight saving and maximizing brake torque. Right Rear brakes can also provide ‘loading’ the rear suspension for additional handling. Kits come complete with caliper, brake pads; caliper mounting brackets, caliper mount bolt kit and rotor.
- Dynapro Single
- Nickel plate finish
- 2 piston
- 2.40" piston area
- Stainless piston
- Lug mount type
- 3" brake pad area
- Polymatrix Q pad compound
- Black Electro coat
- 10.2" O.D.
- 0.31" width
- Solid vane
Note: This brake kit has an axle offset of 0
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