Dynalite Single Piston Floater Caliper
Wilwood's Dynalite Single Floater is a single piston billet caliper designed for Open Wheel, Drag Race, Karting and Motorcycle applications. The rigid outboard anvil half's low profile design allows it to fit in tight clearance situations where opposed piston designs will not. Weighing just 1.40 pounds, the caliper uses the same .49" thick, 1.1 cubic inch Dynalite Single quick change pads. Multiple 1/8"-27 NPT inlet and bleed screw locations allow for versatile mounting positions. These calipers come with precision machined dry lubricated slide pins for bind-free operation. The Dynalite Single Floater is black anodized to resist corrosion and fits rotors from .25" to .38" wide and diameters from 6.00" to 13.00".
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