SLG - BMW E36 M3 & E46 Wilwood Dual Caliper Bracket Kits
Vendor: Drift HQ
Available: In stock
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This is the easiest and least intrusive way to install a true FD style secondary/dual rear calipers for hydraulic handbraking; aka making mad skids! Dont use an in-line system which can lead to constantly changing brake bias. Use this for consistent and reliable sideways action!
With this kit you can install a hydraulic handbrake for epic drift entries, controlled slides in rallies, and tight corners in autocross- all with just a few simple bolt on parts.
Available with three options,
The E36 M3 models are designed for use either
- Wilwood Dynapro Lug mount calipers (such as Wilwood 120-9703, which is our recommendation). If you choose Dynapro calipers with a smaller piston area the brake will be stiffer, and vice versa.
- E46 M3, 330, and Z4M models are designed for use either Wilwood Dynapro Lug Mount calipers ( Package can include the Wilwood 120-9703, which is our recommendation).
- If you choose Dynapro calipers with a smaller piston area the brake will be stiffer, and vice versa.
- E46 323,325,328 models are designed for use with either the Wilwood GP320 calipers (LH Wilwood 120-10715 & RH 120-10714)
BP-20 | For Wilwood 120-9703 :
Proudly designed and manufactured in the USA!
All model brackets share the following:
- Billet aerospace 6061 aluminum construction
- Gold Anodizing
- ARP Hardware for connection to trailing arm, and 12.9 hardware found in other locations
- Allows for use of factory wheel speed/ABS sensors
- Does not require the removal of axle, hub, or wheel bearing to install, unlike comparable products
- Requires removal of dust shield and factory e-brake system
- 323/325/328 models require the use of a 330 rotor and caliper in the primary location when paired with E39 caliper brackets
- All other models use the standard primary caliper and rotor
The 323/325/328 bracket required users to install a 330 rear rotor and caliper to replace their existing rotor and caliper when the dual caliper bracket is the BMW E39 caliper style. Wilwood caliper style does not require this!
- Remove caliper and rotor.
- Remove factory e-brake shoes, mechanisms, and cables. May be necessary to cut cables and punch it out of the trailing arm from the backside.
- Unbolt the dust shield and cut it, so you are able to bend it around the hub and remove it from the vehicle.
- Clean the trailing arm to remove rust and uneven surfaces.
- Bolt up the billet bracket to the trailing arm, using blue Loctite on the ARP hardware.
- Install the 10mm allen head screw into the bracket from the backside of the trailing arm, through the factory e-brake cable hole.
- Install brake rotor
- Reinstall primary caliper in factory location, and install secondary caliper to the bracket.
- Do mad skids!