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Wilwood Superlite Red Big Brake Front Upgrade Kit for 89-98 Nissan 240SX S13/S14

$1,219.99
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Nissan performance enthusiasts that drive the 240SX naturally focus on enhancing the car’s horsepower and acceleration when they upgrade the vehicle: two things that largely define the car’s appeal even when it isn’t customized with aftermarket parts.

But what about when you need to bring all that power to a halt? Consider the Wilwood Superlite Big Brake Front Upgrade Kit for Nissan 240SX S13 and S14.

The big pad capacity of the forged Superlite four piston caliper is combined with oversized rotors for this unique group of specialized application kits. The roots of the forged Superlite are deep in competition. It is a track proven performer. But the FSL is far from one dimensional. Lug mounting and a full range of piston sizes give the FSL widespread adaptability for applications with unique mounting and piston volume requirements. Options for caliper finish and rotor design provide the opportunity to configure these kits for high-tech style with full capability for extreme duty use on the street or at the track.

What Arrives in the Kit?

This ABS compatible Wilwood Superlite brake upgrade is specially designed for the 240SX S13 and S14 from model years 1989 to 1998. This kit contains all of the following things you need to install the brake equipment and put it to use quickly:

4 Piston Forged Billet Superlite 4 Calipers
Calipers (available in red or black)
12.90" GT slotted or SRP drilled/slotted performance rotors - fits both 4 lug and 5 lug
GT series aluminum hats
Performance brake pads
Custom caliper mounting brackets
Mounting hardware and instructions

 

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  1. Great kit. Get the best with Wilwood

    Posted by Ryan Frederick on

    Extremely well made kit. Instructions are sufficient, and Wilwood even has an install video on 240sx on their website if you can't figure it out. The only downside is that the brake lines are not included and need to be purchased separately. I safety-wired my rotors and cant wait to hit the track.