Wilwood’s New Front Big Brake Kits for Audi and Volkswagen

Wilwood Engineering’s newest bolt-on brake kits have been designed to enhance the braking of the Audi TT(99-04), Volkswagen’s Beetle1.8T (98-04), Golf 1.8T & VR6 (99-04) and Jetta IV, 1.8T & VR6 (99-04).  These kits feature billet aluminum DynaPro four piston calipers with the latest Radial Mount design for a strong, compact package.  SRS stainless steel wear plates are standard to eliminate bridge wear to the caliper caused by pad gouging. The kit includes 12.19” diameter vented iron rotors in a choice of smooth face or a drilled and slotted pattern.  The rotor is a two piece design utilizing billet aluminum hats.  Low dust, low noise PolyMatrix “Q” brake pads complete the package to shorten stopping distances, improve handling and eliminate dressed-up overworked stock components.

Wilwood High Performance Brake Kits are loaded with cutting edge technology built on years of domination in world motorsports and engineered for easy bolt-on installation.  Big brake styling that meets the high performance demands of today’s tire, wheel and suspension technology.

For more information contact: Wilwood Engineering at (805) 388-1188 or visit our website at www.wilwood.com or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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