This AP Racing front big brake kit for the Gen 1 & 2 MINI includes everything you need to convert your standard MINI brake system. Discs measure 304x24mm and are drilled for better ventilation. 4-Pot calipers in red are included and will fit under a 17" aftermarket wheel. Pads, Goodridge Braided hoses, AP Racing brake fluid and caliper mounts are also included in this kit.
Wheel spacers maybe needed for this kit at an additional cost depending on the wheel.
Note: Will not fit under standard 17" alloys without a wheel spacer.
Big brake kit with lines, discs, pads and mounting hardware.
Please note that these are a custom order, contact us for lead times.
Model Year 2000 on
Brake caliper Type - RH = CP7611-4S0
LH = CP7611-5S0
Brake Disc - Drilled Ø304 x 24mm / Intergral Bell - Non Handed
CP7080-104SD x 2
Brake Discs - Grooved Ø304 x 24 / Integral Bell
CP7080-104CG8 x 1
CP7080-105CG8 x 1
Brake Pads CP7600D46-APF404
Wheel 16" or 17" Aftermarket
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