PR78 Front

Wilwood Disc Brakes announces improved good looks and braking performance for the Honda S2000.  These new front and rear brake kits are designed for easy bolt-on installation and are compatible with the OE master cylinder, ABS system.

Front kits feature billet CNC machined Superlite 6-piston calipers in a choice of red or black finish, clamping a choice of 13” or 14” diameter, curved vane rotors. These rotors come  in  a  drilled  and  slotted  (SRP)  pattern  or  slotted  only  (GT)  for  high  heat applications, mated to black “signature” anodized aluminum hats for reduced rotating weight and improved stability under thermal load.

Rear kits include combination parking brake calipers, also in a red or black finish. A choice of SRP or GT 13” diameter, curved vane rotors with aluminum hats are available.

Additional kit highlights include Wilwood’s new BP-10 Smart Pads for low noise, and low dust, precision machined caliper brackets, high-strength, corrosion resistant mounting hardware.

Delivering high performance with style, these brake kits from Wilwood are the perfect upgrade for any Honda enthusiast who is serious about sport driving or enjoys hot lapping in track day sessions.

For more information contact: Wilwood Engineering at (805) 388-1188 and request to speak with Erika Gordillo for marketing issues, or Andy Fritts for technical questions. Also, Wilwood’s website is accessible at www.wilwood.com or e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

PR78 Rear

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