Wilwood Disc Brakes announces a New Direct Bolt-on Caliper for Honda and Acura

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Wilwood Disc Brakes is pleased to announce a new direct bolt-on DynaPro Honda/Acura Caliper (DPHA) for Honda and Acura models originally equipped with 262mm diameter rotors. These calipers bolt directly to the stock mounts on factory spindles, fit over the OE 262mm diameter rotor, accept the OE brake hose, and clear many factory aluminum wheels including the EM1 Si 15” wheel.*

Designed around Wilwood’s proven DynaPro series four piston calipers, the forged billet bodied DPHA caliper delivers high-strength clamping force and positive stopping power. Four stainless steel pistons provide fully balanced pad loading, along with the corrosion resistance and thermal retardant qualities of the stainless alloy that will keep your calipers cooler and running trouble free for many more miles. Calipers work perfectly with the OE master cylinder and ABS functions, and are available with either black (P/N 120-12949-BK) or red (P/N 120-12949-RD) high-gloss, high-temp, brake fluid resistant sealed powder coat and feature Wilwood’s signature logo.

DPHA calipers are available individually, in kits with a pair of calipers and a set of brake pads, or in a complete front kit that includes calipers, brake pads and OE replacement 262mm rotors in either our ULHP or SRP treatment. ULHP plain-face rotors are cast from premium grade, long grain carbon iron, and provide high performance and rugged durability for a wide range of competition, performance, and sport driving applications. SRP performance rotors add Wilwood’s signature directional drill and slot design with a protective black e-coat finish. The drill and slot pattern adds hi-tech styling with the venting qualities that preserve pad performance. The heat resistant e-coat finish protects the rotors from rust on all areas that are not swept clean by the brake pads.

For more information contact: Wilwood Engineering at (805) 388-1188 and request to speak with Erika Gordillo for marketing issues, or Andy Fritts for technical questions. Also, Wilwood’s website is accessible at www.wilwood.com or e-mail customerreply@wilwood.com

*Wilwood always recommends checking their website, www.wilwood.com, for complete year/make/model application data and specific wheel clearance requirements.