MC Speedworks new big brakes are nearing completion.

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  1. MC Speedworks

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    Hey there everyone,

    So there has been quite a bit of interest in bigger brake options for the MINI R50/R53/R56/R60 in the past. So much so that I thought it would be a good idea to jump into the mix and have some made up for MC Speedworks.

    I am happy to report that they are nearly complete now. I just got our first caliper pics in for both the 4 pot and 6 pot setup.

    We are offering these in a couple of different rotor types so as to offer something for basically everyone's budget. This new setup is designed to work with with 17 and 18 inch wheels only however. We do offer a 16 inch kit as well, just not the ones pictured here.

    I thought I would share some of the initial pics of the 4 pot and 6 pot calipers with you all. Rotors will be either 330x28mm, 330x32mm or 355x32mm depending on the kit, and will be available in either hi carbon steel, fixed hi allow rotors, or floating hat rotors depending on your budget.

    I will have more information once we get this in and tested thoroughly, but I thought people might like to see the progress so far.

    Let me know if you are interested in more information.

    Happy Driving all,

    Erik Johnson
    MC Speedworks
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  2. DneprDave

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    How about a photo of them on a car, so we can see what they look like installed.
     
  3. olerodder

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    I'll second seeing them on a car also.
    What kind of price are you talking about for the 4 piston with 330x28 rotors.
    Will they be a direct bolt on or come with extension brackets and will you offer brake lines?
    Mine is a 2010 Clubman S.
    Thanks
     
  4. MC Speedworks

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    Yes these will come with extension brackets and new brake lines as well as new sport brake pads. I will get pictures of them on a car out here soon, I hope.

    As to pricing on the 330x28mm 4 pot kit it will depend on the type of rotors you decide on but will be somewhere between $1275 and $2095, give or take.

    I hope to have more information for everyone here soon.

    Erik Johnson
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  5. MC Speedworks

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    Latest Pics of our new brakes

    Here is a pic of the final product.

    opps looks like it is too big I will post it up later today.
     
  6. MC Speedworks

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    try try again

    Here you go.
     

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  7. Sully

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    Look nice - can you choose the color or all black?
     
  8. ColinGreene

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    Why buy these when the JCW brembo solution bolts on.
     

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