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    Rear Brake Kit - Designing Phase

    Hello!

    As soon as we released our Front Brake Kit we knew it was only a matter of days before people asked for a rear kit to match so before you ask us, Yes we are in the middle of creating a rear kit!
    Using Wilwood’s 2 Piston DynaPro Single Lightweight Billet Caliper (Keeping in the theme from our front brake kit) we’ve made a rear brake adapter out of T-6061 Aluminium Alloy that will suit the Toyota 86. SO! now not only can you have a mad looking front set but also sexy rears.
    With most companies going straight to creating an expensive 4 piston kit we thought it was only right to give you some options by creating a 2 piston kit.

    Why Wilwood?
    The DynaPro Caliper weighs only .997kg whereas the Toyota 86 OEM caliper weighs in at 3.4kg. In race car talk, that’s a weight saving of 4.8kg!
    If it doesn’t sound like much, think again. Every 5kg’s of weight is equal to around 0.2 seconds per lap, which is a substantial amount of time in sports that are measured to the thousandth of a second.

    I drive to work and back, does it really matter?
    YES! By installing larger rotors (with the help of our kit and adapters) and using a 2 piston caliper, (standard is 1 piston) your increasing your breaking power, your rotors will have better heat disbursement, oh, and I’m sure I don’t have to tell you how much better they will look as well


    Here's an example below


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    Any questions?
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