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Fastbrakes Wilwood Caliper Upgrade and Big Brake Kits are now available through RPM!

Both 4-piston and 6-piston kits are available!
I have the 4-piston upgrade on my car. It uses OEM-sized rotors, comes with adapters, pads, lines, and Wilwood forged calipers.

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Wasn't there an issue with these not grabbing the full brake surface of the rotor or something? Or was that addressed already?
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Wasn't there an issue with these not grabbing the full brake surface of the rotor or something? Or was that addressed already?
It does not grab the full surface of the stock rotor. That does not diminish from the grabbing power of these brakes. It is more or less a cosmetic thing. These grab hard. Trust me.
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Wasn't there an issue with these not grabbing the full brake surface of the rotor or something? Or was that addressed already?
These kits do use smaller pads than the stock calipers. However, a smaller pad of the same compound in the same location as a larger pad will not affect stopping distances. The amount of pressure applied, the pad friction coefficient, and the diameter of the rotor at which that pressure is applied, determine the torque reaction, or stopping force. As such, an upgrade to a 4-piston caliper will improve braking due to the increased amount of more evenly-distributed pressure, despite the smaller pad.
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Not only the fact that you're reducing unsprung weight from the heavy stockers to these billet forged aluminum pieces.
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Plus it is an excuse to run a 2 piece rotor and fix the cosmetic issue right? At least that is what I remember seeing in pictures that someone posted.
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whats the size difference of the 4 pistons to the stockers?
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Here's a comparison. The odd shaped one is stock and the more rectangular shaped one is the Wilwood pad.
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Here's a comparison. The odd shaped one is stock and the more rectangular shaped one is the Wilwood pad.

Sorry, I meant the caliper size. I know our stocks are fairly large.


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Sorry, I meant the caliper size. I know our stocks are fairly large.


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What about ms6 love?
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What about ms6 love?
Well, Fastbrakes currently doesn't offer a kit for the Mazdspeed 6, but they may be able to make one if someone in the Phoenix area is willing to work with them on it.
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whats the size difference of the 4 pistons to the stockers?
I don't have a side by side comparison pic but the 4 piston calipers are definitely smaller than stock. I have 'em on 17" wheels with plenty of clearance. More so than stockers.

I'll try to get a comparison pic next weekend.
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I don't have a side by side comparison pic but the 4 piston calipers are definitely smaller than stock. I have 'em on 17" wheels with plenty of clearance. More so than stockers.



I'll try to get a comparison pic next weekend.

I was just interested to know if we could fit 15's over them. They really wouldn't need to be that much smaller to do so.


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I was just interested to know if we could fit 15's over them. They really wouldn't need to be that much smaller to do so.


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Well, Fastbrakes currently doesn't offer a kit for the Mazdspeed 6, but they may be able to make one if someone in the Phoenix area is willing to work with them on it.
ok just buying the calipers is a better price then a full wilwood kit for the ms6 i've found about half. So hopefully they will get someone local so they can make a adapter
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ok just buying the calipers is a better price then a full wilwood kit for the ms6 i've found about half. So hopefully they will get someone local so they can make a adapter
I take that back. I just called and they will have a caliper kit available for the MS6 in about 2 weeks. I'll get it added to the site. It will be $695 and uses the Wilwood 4-piston Superlite calipers.
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yeah, anyone know the difference in size between these and the stock calipers for an MS6?

also, how would one go about re-ordering pads for these wilwoods?
and are there different pads to choose from?
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Post 10 answers the size comparison


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OK... Fail?

1. That's the brake pad.. I'm talking about the caliper size.
2. That's for MS3..Im talking about the MS6.
The ms6 has a bigger front caliper than the 3.
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Woops. Maybe Fastbrakes can provide a template to show caliper size difference.


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I saw these...and wanted to know difference in pad size as I was just curious, although it doesnt make a difference as reasons were stated above...but if anyone was interested my crude photochop using their inches scale to bring them to their realistic sizes over eachother.
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The 6 does not have a bigger caliper than the 3.
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The 6 does not have a bigger caliper than the 3.
then explain to me why a 17x9 rpf1 clears a speed3 caliper, but not on my speed6? (without grinding down on the caliper)
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I guess it all depends on your definition of "bigger".
Especially when the most important part of a caliper is piston size.
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I guess it all depends on your definition of "bigger".
Especially when the most important part of a caliper is piston size.
im talking "bigger" as in.. you put the two side by side, and look at them. actual size of the caliper. not the piston that's in it.
I never once mentioned the piston size.
in this case. the most important part is the physical size of the caliper, because if needs to clear the wheels.
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In that case, there are dimensions of the 3 caliper which are bigger also.
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I suppose the only ones that matter are the ones that interfere with your wheels.
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I suppose the only ones that matter are the ones that interfere with your wheels.
that's why I was wondering what the caliper size was for these wilwoods compared to the stock speed6 calipers.


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that's why I was wondering what the caliper size was for these wilwoods compared to the stock speed6 calipers.


also... for reference.

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these wilwoods are more compact than the stock speed3 calipers, which means they're surely smaller than the speed 6 calipers. There's at least an inch clearance, or more, between my caliper and my 17x9 TRM C3's.

These wheels did fit on my buddy's ms6 as a test fit.
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these wilwoods are more compact than the stock speed3 calipers, which means they're surely smaller than the speed 6 calipers. There's at least an inch clearance, or more, between my caliper and my 17x9 TRM C3's.

These wheels did fit on my buddy's ms6 as a test fit.
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That Photoshop concerns me. I don't care how much more pressure these calipers exert, having a smaller contact area with the rotor will promote fading and heat spots. Not to mention the more likelihood of pad deposit on the rotor surface and warping for people DDing their cars. There is a reason for massive pad size and that's heat dissipation.

Has anyone used these in track applications? This just looks like a cosmetic upgrade.

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Do you have the part number for the actual caliper used? so I can get measurements off their website.

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