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Offered: Wilwood Forged Midilite 4 Pot front brake set

Brake calipers: Wilwood Forged Midilite 4 Pot

  • Type Z-120-7472
  • Bore Size: 38.1mm / 1.50"
  • Max Disc Width: 25.4mm / 1.00"
  • Bought on 3 Nov 2017
  • Condition: Like new

Caliper mounting bracket
- CNC milled bracket for Giulia 105-series 1750/2000 front upright

Brake discs: Vented Alfa Montreal discs
  • Diameter: 272 mm
  • Thickness when new: 22 mm
  • Current thickness: 22 mm (so also 'as new') - see also measurement photos to confirm thickness

Purchase price of set was €1,635 (excl. installation of course)
Selling price for discussion - just send me a PM

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That's a very nice looking kit. I noticed the Wilwoods have rubber dust boots as required in Europe. Not many of the Wilwoods are yet manufactured with rubber dust boots as they are not required here in North America.

This type of kit will improve the pedal feel a surprising amount.
 

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Thank you. Yes indeed - that was also one of the reasons for purchasing this kit in the first place. As I'm not a 'track racer', but enjoy more the 'classic car rallies', I don't want to have to take the wheels off after every event to clean the pistons from brake dust.

They really worked like a treat, but I'm restoring my car back to 'original spec' to obtain a FIVA Identify Card (Heritage Pass) to be allowed to participate in some more prestigious classic car events, so that means I cannot have such 'unoriginal' parts on the car (and have built it back to the original ATE brakes with non-vented discs)
 
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