Miata Brakes Red Willwood

Good-Win Racing offers many choices in Miata performance brake packages, Miata Brake Rotors, Miata Brake Pads, and Miata Big Brake Kits. For our Miata big brake kits and complete packages of Miata stock size brake rotors with pads and brake lines, click into our "Brakes" section. To shop for just Miata brake lines, or replacement OEM Miata calipers and Miata master cylinders, click into our "Hydraulics" section. For Miata brake pads for both stock Miata brakes and our Miata Big Brake Kits, click into the "Pads" section. For Miata slotted rotors and drilled rotors in stock sizes, see our "Rotors" section below. For Miata caliper paint, click into our "Accessories" section.  Note the 11 inch BIG BRAKE kits require 15 inch wheels for fitment (and most of our 15 inch wheel product descriptions include whether or not they clear our big brakes).

Track / race customers: Order your spare Miata Brake parts EARLY. You didn't wait until the day before your track day to check your brakes... right? Some brake consumables - especially the race stuff - are special order, or often run out of stock during certain times of the year due to high demand, and we always get the CLASSIC call on a Friday afternoon from someone who needs pads overnighted to the race track, and that often isn't possible. We recommend having a spare set of Miata Brake Pads and Miata Brake Rotors already on hand, so when it's time for replacements you just pull those off your shelf and bolt them on your Miata.  We keep extra sets of front and rear Miata Brake Pads in our track box so that we ALWAYS have spare sets at the track.  We also have extra unopenned bottle of high temp fluid in our track box, you just never know when you need to bleed the system at the happens!

Brake Pad Bedding
ANY time you have a fresh rotor surface, you need to bed the pads to the new rotors. Follow these steps to bed in the brake pads:

1. First ensure the brakes are operating correctly by driving for 5-10 miles and using just light brake pedal pressure.
2. Now time for the bed-in process. Make 6 to 10 stops from approximately 35MPH down to 5 MPH by applying moderate pressure. DO NOT DRAG THE BRAKES LIGHTLY.
3. Then do twenty progressively harder stops from 60 mph to 20mph. Your goal is to get them HOT!! You should be able to smell the pads when they get hot enough. DO NOT DRAG THE BRAKES LIGHTLY.
4. Drive 5 minutes in a large circle without hitting the brakes to cool them. You do not want to come to a complete stop until they cool down a fair bit or you will get uneven pad material transfer (which causes the feeling of warped rotors).
5. After cooling them drive home and park the car in gear but WITH HANDBRAKE OFF
4. Let the car sit until rotors are cool to the touch. At least 1 hour but leaving it overnight is even better.
5. Your brakes are now ready to rock and roll!



AP Racing Caliper Temperature Strips
AP Racing Caliper Temperature Strips

MIATA NA/NB 1990-2005



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Good-Win Racing NA & NB Miata Brake Pad Buyers Guide 2015