FS: Wilwood Midilite Alloy Brake Brackets Swift GTi

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Wilwood Midilite Brake Brackets to suit the swift GTi or AWD Cultus, CNC made, high grade aluminium.

Suits the Wilwood Midilite Caliper and Honda Rotor .

A very nice package when fitted to the Swift 'all the hard work done!'.

I have tried many different brake combinations and these have awesome stopping power on the Street or on the Track (can still fit under some 13" rims).

These Brackets suit the following parts and will need to be purchased to complete the setup.

Brake Disc :

HONDA INTEGRA 1.8 TypeR 16v VTEC DC. 10/95 Fr Di 952010 V 4 262 51 64 20

Diameter: 262 Thickness: 21 Min Thk: 20 S/V: V HT: 51 Bore: 64 Studs: 4

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Wilwood Midilite Caliper

These are 4 pot dust sealed for road use and are drop-forged billet.

The part number BU -120 - 7376 will suit the brackets and the above Honda disc (4 x 114.3).

Details for retailers of the Midilite and Honda Discs can be supplied if required.

Price:
$160AUD Total to your door, 2-4 days UPS Express postage with tracking number from the UK.

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I take it this is for one?
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Went searching for these just to check the price of the calipers. And took a while to find but here are the details for anyone that is interested:

Black : $269.94
Part number: 120-7376
http://www.wilwood.com/Calipers/Caliper ... o=120-7376

Red : $359.94
Part number: 120-7376-RD
http://www.wilwood.com/Calipers/Caliper ... 20-7376-RD

Couldn't find them with the BU infront of the part number that Garndi supplied.

I am fairly certain that those prices are in US as I took them straight from http://www.wilwood.com
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Price is for one pair of Alloy brackets.... :wink:
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Cheers Shazlic :wink:

This is where I buy the callipers in the UK....>

http://www.rallydesign.co.uk/product_in ... ts_id=8317

They cost each : £139.00 GBP = $239.636 AUD

Should be able to get them in Australia from a Wilwood importer?.
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http://www.vpw.com.au they should be able to get them.
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how much for the hole lot shipped to my door 2148 very keen :D
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will they fit baleno?
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Hey Andy how do those calipers go with the standard master cylinder?
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would it be hard to get pads for these calipers?
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The Dog wrote:would it be hard to get pads for these calipers?
I buy them in the UK from this place, but I am sure that you can source them in Australia, Save postage...

http://www.rallydesign.co.uk/index.php? ... 62_792_798
waylow wrote:Hey Andy how do those calipers go with the standard master cylinder?
They stop really well with the standard master cylinder.
motoboy wrote:will they fit baleno?
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Not sure, If the Standard Swift GTi Callipers fit the Baleno? then yes, but your PCD is different 4x100 so the Honda disc's won't fit, However pretty sure that you can buy the same size disc's in 4x100.
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LUN81C wrote:how much for the hole lot shipped to my door 2148 very keen :D
Not sure I need all the bits in front of me to get the weight for the shipping quote. As the disc's are heavy it won't be cheap coming from the UK. Your better off to source the disc's locally.
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Go for a DBA 4000 series slotted rotor. I priced them they are around $200 each.
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waylow wrote:Go for a DBA 4000 series slotted rotor. I priced them they are around $200 each.
Nice one, they even come with Thermo markings 8)
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waylow wrote:Go for a DBA 4000 series slotted rotor. I priced them they are around $200 each.
would these be it??? listed under intgera VTI-R same specs as above
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DBA4474 SL/SR

4000 series are overkill for a street only car, just go for DBA474 SL/SR
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I would also like to know how much for the front calipers & brackets posted to aus.
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The Dog wrote:I would also like to know how much for the front calipers & brackets posted to aus.
Hey Mate,

The Wilwood Midilite Callipers VIA the UK (Rally Design) are £139.50GBP each.

That = $480AUD for the pair.

I don't have a set of callipers at hand to get the weight for the postage (Unless I take them off a car...). Going off volume metric weight I would say that the postage would be between $60AUD - $80AUD (express air mail).

It may be better price wise to get them local from an Australian Wilwood distributor....

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If enough people are intersted I can try and organise a group buy. I have a contact for discs already. Is there are volume discount garndi?
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markymark wrote:If enough people are intersted I can try and organise a group buy. I have a contact for discs already. Is there are volume discount garndi?
Sure can, as I am buying only a few at a time the price is $140AUD posted.

If you can get 5 or more people ready for a bulk order the CNC machine shop will lower their overal price and you guys can save some cash :wink: .

Nice one on the Disc's!.

Just need to find an Australian distributor for the Wilwood Midilite Calliper so you guys don't have to worry about postage costs....

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How far out of balance will the brakes be (front to rear wise)?
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summit is no good wanted to by radaitor from them wanted to change more in shipping than the radiator was worth plus some parts they can only sell in usa
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What do you expect? it's a radiator being sent via courier from the US.

I have bought a lots of gear from summit, have had no problems at all and the prices have been excellent even when including shipping.

For two Wilwood calipers:

Part Subtotal $499.90 USD
Additional Shipping Charge $122.99 USD
Delivery and Handling Charge $24.95 USD
Order Subtotal $647.84 USD

That is with DHL Priority, Surface mail was $40.00 USD cheaper.

That's $718.00 AUD landed for the pair, i'd take Garndi's offer if he can get them here for the price he is estimating (you would also save on postage of the brackets).
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High Performance World in Sydney stock Wilwood

http://www.highperformanceworld.com.au/ ... _brakes/2/
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just got a quote from a supplier in adelaide... i can get the 4000 series discs DBA4474 non-slotted for $148.50ea better than the RRP of $200ea

and can get them slotted after purchase for $70 the pair
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markymark wrote:http://www.vpw.com.au they should be able to get them.
just got a reply from these guys... special order $375ea + post from US
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How far out of balance will the brakes be (front to rear wise)?
i use these for my daily and track and drag use and there perfect just with slotted rear rotors and red dot pads

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Garndi wrote:Hey Mate,

The Wilwood Midilite Callipers VIA the UK (Rally Design) are £139.50GBP each.

That = $480AUD for the pair.

I don't have a set of callipers at hand to get the weight for the postage (Unless I take them off a car...). Going off volume metric weight I would say that the postage would be between $60AUD - $80AUD (express air mail).

It may be better price wise to get them local from an Australian Wilwood distributor....

Cheers
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i just heard back from rally design and they said they are a special order and will cost £167.98 each.
and take 8 weeks to get them here
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stevegti2 wrote:
How far out of balance will the brakes be (front to rear wise)?
i use these for my daily and track and drag use and there perfect just with slotted rear rotors and red dot pads

steve
what does the pedal feel like? I'd expect with the larger piston area the pedal would feel a bit spongey
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markymark wrote:http://www.vpw.com.au they should be able to get them.
just got a reply from these guys... special order $375ea + post from US
I doubt any Australian supplier is going to beat the Summit price.. all they are going to end up doing is bringing them in themselves and adding on mark up + GST.

So far no one has beaten $718.00AUD (pair) landed from Summit.
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Pauly wrote:
stevegti2 wrote:
How far out of balance will the brakes be (front to rear wise)?
i use these for my daily and track and drag use and there perfect just with slotted rear rotors and red dot pads

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what does the pedal feel like? I'd expect with the larger piston area the pedal would feel a bit spongey
no it doesn't.
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Pauly wrote:
stevegti2 wrote:
How far out of balance will the brakes be (front to rear wise)?
i use these for my daily and track and drag use and there perfect just with slotted rear rotors and red dot pads

steve
what does the pedal feel like? I'd expect with the larger piston area the pedal would feel a bit spongey
I have this conversion on my van & it is fantastic, pedal feel is really nice, it all feels well balanced, stops in a straight line too. This is a video below from Barkston, you can see how well they work, I have just bought them for my sons Justy too. This makes a HUGE difference to the stopping power.
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ive been able to source RDA slotted rotors for the conversion at $168 for both fronts :mrgreen:
plus post landed on my doorstep will be under $200 AUD
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Sold Out....
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If there is more interest I will get another batch made.
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i have sent pm after pm y have you not got back to me
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LUN81C wrote:i have sent pm after pm y have you not got back to me
Seen your PM and I am waiting on a price from RallyDesign....

However I doubt that by the time I order them and repost to you that they will be cheaper than you will get from Summitracing.

But I will get you a price.

Also, I am placing another order on Monday for the Brackets.

Here is a latest pic of an install..... Cheers GTiSlim
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thank you very much :lol:
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just curious, can you make a rear bracket for 2 pot wilwood?
I'm using a custom made front 4-pot wilwood with 2 piece rotor.
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LUN81C wrote:thank you very much :lol:
Called them today, gave them the part number BU -120 - 7376 and they said that they will do them £139each (did not seem to worry about not having them in stock). Thats 241.856 AUD per Calliper.

For people in the UK.... The total including Postage for x 2 Callipers = 338.99 GBP.

They also said that if you order 4 x Midilites the price is 117.00 GBP = 203.639 AUD per Calliper.

So that's the price on the Callipers from Rallydesign.co.uk. If your interested in getting these and want them 'via the UK', go direct to Rallydesign. I am only going to sell the Wilwood brackets to suit these Callipers as this will make the package more affordable (not double handling the items). I would also suggest paying the extra for express air postage and only have 2-4 days wait time....

Have a chat with Rallydesign...

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freak2demon wrote:just curious, can you make a rear bracket for 2 pot wilwood?
I'm using a custom made front 4-pot wilwood with 2 piece rotor.
Hey Mate, yeah I can make them but the Machine shop charges £££ for one off's...
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Hi Garndi, how much will it cost? I need 2 brackets. I will be using with dynalite 2 pot. Rotor will be 2 piece too. For my front, the rotors are 280mm diameter. So for the rear should be around 260mm.
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:lol: so all up i paid 680 to aus with pads
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Andy,

Could I please have 1 set of these brackets Please.

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markymark wrote:If enough people are intersted I can try and organise a group buy. I have a contact for discs already. Is there are volume discount garndi?
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I would be interested in a pair of discs if you were to organise a group buy

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y bother i found a place were i can get dba 4000 for about 180 :twisted:
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markymark wrote:If enough people are intersted I can try and organise a group buy. I have a contact for discs already. Is there are volume discount garndi?
Markymark

I would be interested in a pair of discs if you were to organise a group buy

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Will do, I think I will need a minimum of five.
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Its U its Me wrote:Andy,

Could I please have 1 set of these brackets Please.

Dave
Hey Mate, no problem I am going there today to sort out a few more. Should be ready to post Monday Afternoon.

Just send me a PM with your full name and address for the postage.

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pm sent :mrgreen: =D>
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Yep all sorted, I have 3 pairs getting made and will be picking them up on Monday.
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