My setup is the UUC setup. Wilwood Superlite 6-piston billet in the front, Wilwood Superlite forged 4-piston calipers in the rear. Uses BMW rotors (though not the ones for our cars), which are inexpensive and readily available.Someone makes a kit that fits the stock wheels (Wilwood?), but I don't recall the rotors being much larger than stock, just that the calipers are different. I think DWM has this setup on his roadster.
Which factory wheels do you have?I haven't been able to find any firm answers . . . . does anyone know if Brembo's will fit with the OE wheels?
They're watching you right now! :yikes:It's really creepy how you guys always know when brembo is being discussed immediately on pretty much every forum. Even in random threads that have nothing to do with brembo but where it gets mentioned. Not that its a bad thing, just creepy.
Gary, thanks. I have the factory 2K MRoady wheels. I'm planning to powder coat them (since the clear has flaked off and they look rough, good at 10 ft. but rough up close). Tuner Motorsports had a limited quantity of GTR's (gold calipers with red lettering) and I was seriously considering springing for them but didn't know if they fit.Which factory wheels do you have?
We offer a 332x32mm (13.1") 4-piston kit that works with a # of 17" or larger wheels.
I have had a few customers who have used this kit with OEM 17's and a small spacer.
The plus side to the spacer is that you also widen your track and fill in the fender.
Make sure the spacer is both hubcentric and wheelcentric and you will be fine.
If you need help checking or measuring a wheel feel free to contact me directly.