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hey guys,

These parts were just collecting dust in the storage room, I and needed to clear out some space..

Fitment: 2003-2007 Honda Accord Coupe & Sedan
Type: 4-Piston Wilwood Big Brake Kit
Price: SOLD

Fitment: 2003-2007 Honda Accord V6 Coupe
Type: TANABE Medallion Touring (Dual-Exhaust)
Note: (Brand New) will be opened just for pics
Price: *$750 shipped via UPS Ground
$700 picked-up in NYC (lowered)

photos to come



*payment thru PayPal (fees included)




Thanks for looking guys!
 

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Slammed & Stunning
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May be interested in the bbk..
What's the condition?
Do they need new pads and need to be resurfaced
And why aren't you using it?
 

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May be interested in the bbk..
What's the condition?
Do they need new pads and need to be resurfaced
And why aren't you using it?
Back-to-Basics said:
And would be interested in the answers to Matt's questions as well.
The Wilwood BBKs had about 2k miles on them before it was replaced by my current set-up; that was almost a year ago. Since then, they have been in storage.. collecting dust.

The pads are still good with about 85% left in them, so there's no need to worry about immediate replacement. Besides, these pads are relatively cheap, around $65-89, compared to mines anyway :angry:
 

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Now ship them to me for free!
Anyways how are the rotors?
Basically are these ready for PnP?
Or do they need to be resurfaced because you said the pads were still good
 

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Anyways how are the rotors?
Basically are these ready for PnP?
Or do they need to be resurfaced because you said the pads were still good
implayaz9 said:
fit 4 cyl and 6 or?
They are plug-n-play, either 4 or 6 cyl since they come with brackets that would accommodate the rotors.

There's no need for re-surfacing on either pads or rotors, but I would suggest doing it anyway just to be safe.
 

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Guys, I'm providing some quick measurements so you can do your own calculations and see if your current wheel set-up would clear the Wilwood BBK.

These are not to scale, and pardon for the bad drawing :D



 

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Cool pic 03UC1. You may also want to include the distance from
the center of the brake disc to the bottom edge of the caliper.
In this drawing, you can see the 3 main items you need to know.
Width of the caliper (A), which you have .5 inches. Need .6 inches to clear the rim and so the caliper wont rub.
Distance from center of disk to top of caliper (B).
Distance from center of disk to bottom of the caliper (C).

This will let people know how much room they need and at what place
on the rim they need that room.



Those calipers aren't too big, so they should fit most rims.
 

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Thanks for the good input AztecRol :)

Distance from center of disk to top of caliper (B).
Distance from center of disk to bottom of the caliper (C).
I did thought about getting those measurements, but that would mean that they would have to be re-mounted again (for correct measurements), in which, I don't have the luxury to do anymore :(

Hence, the next best usable measurement (including for future owners of BBK):
  • the distance from the mounting bracket hole to the top of the caliper, which is = 3.5 inches
If someone could take the same measurement of their OEM brake, then we'd have something to compare to, which should make it easier for a buyer to approach a BBK purchase for their car :up:

Those calipers aren't too big, so they should fit most rims.
I would think and hope so too, but let the measurements/calculations do the talking.
 
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