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Wilwood UTV Brake Kits

Wilwood UTV Brake Kits

Wilwood has introduced its first high-performance big brake kits to the UTV market. Since the early days, when side-by-side UTVs were being prepared for racing, enthusiasts have adapted their brake components to suit their needs.

Drawing upon years of experience, Wilwood has developed complete, ready-to-install performance brake kits for the most popular UTV models. Each of their UTV upgrade kits features forged aluminum four or six-piston calipers and dynamically-mounted high-friction rotors. These kits employ the same engineering and manufacturing techniques that they utilize for producing performance brakes for cars, trucks, racing vehicles, and armored military transport, scaled down to fit UTVs.

Over the past two decades, UTVs have evolved rapidly, with increased power, larger wheels and tires, greater suspension travel, and the capacity to accommodate the entire family and their gear. Many of these UTVs are now nearly as fast and hefty as street-legal 4×4 vehicles. Yet, they still come equipped with basic sliding caliper brakes and small-diameter rotors, which were more appropriate for the slow, utilitarian vehicles they originally were. Wilwood’s kits feature oversized rotors, more robust multi-piston calipers, and high-performance, fade-resistant brake pads. For those seeking even greater performance, there’s the option to step up to Wilwood’s race-grade kits, which include steel mounting hats, hard-anodized aluminum calipers, and even more aggressive brake pad compounds.

Wilwood offers kits for numerous popular sport UTV models, including Polaris, Can-Am, and Honda, and they continue to engineer kits for more models all the time. 

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