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Wilwood D154-R Single Piston Floater Caliper, 2 Inch
Wilwood D154-R Single Piston Floater Caliper, 2 Inch

Wilwood D154-R Single Piston Floater Caliper, 2 Inch

Hobby Stock, Modified, Sport Mod, Stock Car, 1/8" NPT Female Inlet Fitting

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Wilwood D154-R Single Piston Floater Caliper, 2 Inch
Wilwood D154-R Single Piston Floater Caliper, 2 Inch
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MFG. Part #:
120-13899
Inlet Fitting:
1/8" NPT Female
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GTIN Code:
889545070064

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Wilwood's newest race caliper, the D154-R starts with a forged aluminum black anodized body with stainless steel piston. Caliper fluid inlet port centered directly behind the piston eliminates any interference with slide pins. Lower deflection rate and higher volumetric efficiency than all the competitions’ heavier cast models. Caliper mounting uses stock height and offset.  

  • Aluminum construction
  • Black anodized finish
  • Stainless steel piston
  • 2.00" piston bore
  • Caliper mounting uses stock height and offset
  • 1/8" NPT Female inlet thread

For more information check out D154-R Data Sheet

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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