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What is Delrin, and why we’re using it at HFM.Parts

Recently, we’ve started using Delrin as a new manufacturing material for some HFM.Parts products. Understanding when to use specific materials is key to creating high-quality and purposeful products. The positive and negative characteristics of Delrin, as well as its typical applications in the automotive industry are both important factors to consider during product creation and … Read more

Why dont Wilwood calipers have dust boots?

Wilwood is well known for creating brake calipers and braking components. Made in America, they are also thought it have high-quality craftsmanship with extensive experience in manufacturing. When we were looking for a caliper brand to incorporate into our brake kits, we couldn’t go past Wilwood for their extensive range of sizes and performance options. … Read more

Wilwood Brake Pad Guide

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Once the brake system has been tested and determined safe to operate the vehicle, follow these steps for the bedding of all new pad materials and rotors. These procedures should only be performed on a race track or other safe location where you can safely and legally obtain speeds up to 65 MPH while also … Read more

Semi-Rigid Aluminium SubFrame Spacers

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Each spacer is labelled with its position on the subframe. You should have: 4x Bottom 2x Front Up 2x Rear Up You will need to remove the OEM steel spacer when installing the “front-up” spacers. This steel spacer will not be used. Torque settings: 75-80 ft lbs or 101-108 Nm Haven’t got your hands on … Read more

324mm Rotor Caliper Adapters (R33 GTS-T Caliper)

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To begin, determine the left and right-hand side adapters.  They are marked as follows:324R33_L or 324R33_R Remove your original Rotor and Caliper and then remove the backing plate or slice back the outer edges to fit the larger HFM.Parts rotor. As shown in the images below, position the Caliper Adapter on the inside of the … Read more

340mm Rotor Caliper Adapter

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Remove the Caliper and rotor from their original position. You may need to peel back or remove the outer edges of the backing plate.Make sure to install the HFM.Parts Caliper Adapter to the stub axle first using the bolts supplied. We recommend using a good thread sealant such as Loctite 262 or equivalent. Please Note: … Read more

337mm Rotor Caliper Adaptor

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Remove Caliper and rotor from the original position. You may need to peel back or remove the outer edges of the backing plate. Make sure to install the Caliper Adapter to the stub axle first using the bolts supplied. It is recommended to use a good thread-type sealant as well. We recommend Loctite 262 or … Read more

324mm Rotor Caliper Adaptor Bracket (WIL-NISS324)

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This kit is for use with Wilwood Caliper P/N 120-11573. Remove your existing caliper, rotor and brake line. You will also need to remove the backing plate in order to make room for the larger rotor. Position the HFM.Parts adapter on the outside of the knuckle as shown below using the OEM bolts you removed … Read more

324mm Rotor Caliper Adaptors (S13, S14, S15, R32 GTS-T)

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Remove Caliper and rotor from the original position. You may need to peel back or remove the outer edges of the backing plate. Make sure to install the Caliper Adapter to the stub axle first using the bolts supplied. It is recommended to use a good thread-type sealant as well.*Below picture is for illustrative purposes … Read more

316mm Rear Brake Package

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Important! Before fitting the brake line, there are 2x male/female stainless fittings that need to be fit to the Wilwood Caliper. These should be installed using Loctite 262 Thread Sealant (or equivalent) to both calipers first.Once done, try not to disturb the male/female fitting while connecting the brake line to it. As a guide, the … Read more

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