Wilwood Front Disc Brake Kit Dynalite 4-Piston Black 11.3" 1970-1973

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Wilwood Front Disc Brake Kit Dynalite 4-Piston Black 11.3" 1970-1973
Wilwood Front Disc Brake Kit Dynalite 4-Piston Black 11.3" 1970-1973 Wilwood Front Disc Brake Kit Dynalite 4-Piston Black 11.3" 1970-1973

Product Description

Wilwood 11.3" Black Dynalite 4-Piston Front Disc Brake Kit for all 1970, 1971, 1972 and 1973 Mustangs.

Stopping your 1970-1973 Mustang is a very important necessity. Do it in style with this Dynalite 4-Piston Kit from Wilwood. This kit will not break the bank and you will notice the difference with this performance brake upgrade. This kit features a pair of 4-piston forged aluminum calipers and 11.30" diameter vented one-piece rotors.

Kit Features: 
- Complete Bolt-in Installation
- 5 Lug Conversion
- Ideal for Street Use
- Black or Red Powder Coated Finish
- Fully Compatible With Manual or Power Assisted Systems
- Metallic-Composite Compound Brake Pads
- Vented Plain-Face Rotors
- Made in USA!

Please Note: Wilwood Dynalite 4-Piston Kit will clear most 14" and 15" Wheels.

Kit Includes:
- Pair of Dynalite 4-Piston Calipers
- Pair of Caliper Mounting Brackets
- 11.30" Diameter Vented One-Piece Rotors
- Set of Smart Brake Pads
- All Necessary Bearings, Seals and Mounting Hardware
- Detailed Instructions
- Stainless Steel Braided Lines

The 4-Pistion from Wilwood provides the greatest amount of wheel clearance of any 4-Piston in its size class. The 4-piston calipers are constructed out of stainless steel which helps against corrosion resistance. The stainless steel also helps with the heat transfer to the fluid and the seals. With the caliper being a floating caliper it provides superior clamping force along with a rigid and reliable caliper to withstand the test of time.

The 1-piece rotor design is precision machined for smoother engagement and provide long service life, superior thermal stability and improved fatigue resistance. The vented rotors has cooling vents in the rotor that cools the rotor during heavy braking situations.

Wilwood's Smart Pad brake pads feature a medium-friction compound with low noise and low dust of a street performance compound, plus the increased friction characteristics of a race compound brake pad. The smart brake pads have smooth engagement, with consistent response from a flat torque curve throughout their entire effective heat range.

Brakes are a must when owning any Mustang. However, while they will always wear out, the brakes on your 1970-1973 Mustang don't need to wear out as fast when you install well engineered, high performance braking components. With CJ Pony Parts now offering the latest selection of brakes from Wilwood, you can find these parts at some of the best prices around.

Order a Wilwood 11.3" Dynalite 4-Piston Front Disc Brake Kit for your 1970, 1971, 1972 or 1973 Mustang from CJ Pony Parts today!

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Wilwood Front Disc Brake Kit Dynalite 4-Piston Black 11.3" 1970-1973 is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great brakes Great brakes, after taking spindles to machinist to get drilled and tapped they were straight forward on installation.
Date published: 2016-03-26
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Product Questions

does this kit work with non power brakes and stock drum brake spindles on a 1970 mustang ?

Asked by: fast mustang kid
This will work with power or non power brakes and disc or drum spindles.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-09-28

Does this bolt on to stock OE disc spindles? Or modifications required?

Asked by: dougsnowden625
It attaches to the stock spindles.
Answered by: Rick CJs
Date published: 2016-05-24
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