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Wilwood Aero4-mc4 Rear Big Brake Parking Brake Kit Fits 2015 Mustang,14" Rotors on 2040-parts.com

US $1,869.00
Location:

Camarillo, California, United States

Camarillo, California, United States
Condition:New Brand:Wilwood Manufacturer Part Number:140-13888

 Tech Line          775 848-6740



Wilwood


Aero4-MC4 Big Brake Rear Parking Brake Kit

Fits 2015 Mustangs



Includes


14" X 0.81" Rotors

4 Piston Calipers (Black)


Parking Brake & Cable

Stainless Braided Lines & Fittings

All Hardware



AERO4 Big Brake Rear Axle Kits replace the factory disc brakes and use the OE parking brake assembly as a compliment to front big brake upgrades on late model high performance vehicles. High capacity braking from the AERO4 calipers, BP-10 compound pads, and oversized 14.00" rotors are matched to the OE master cylinder output, ABS function, and individual vehicle bias requirements. Enhanced brake performance, increased durability, and high-tech style compliment big wheel, tire, and suspension upgrades on customized vehicles and all others with increased brake requirements.



Requires 18" Or Larger Wheels



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