Created: October 30, 2019
Brake senor reset procedure or instructions for the 3rd generation Mini Cooper and Cooper S models including 2014+ F56 Hardtop 2015+ F55 Hardtop 4-Door 2016+ F57 Convertible 2016+ F54 Clubman 2017+ F60 Countryman
Created: July 29, 2019
In this video we install a set of coil overs and 13" (330mm) big brakes from Vmaxx on our 2012 MINI Cooper JCW Coupe (R58).
Created: April 26, 2018
The brake light Pulsar for the MINI Cooper & Cooper S Countryman converts your 3rd brake light to silently 'flash' when first applied, greatly enhancing visibility to the car behind. Various configuration options are available - call us today!
Created: February 28, 2018
Performance Brake Cooling System Upgrade Kit reduces peak operating temperatures for improved braking performance on the track. Greatly reduces brake fade with stock brakes & lowers peak temperatures on big brake kits. Optional Debris Screen available separately. Fits the following models with 16 or 17" wheels: 2002-2006 R50 MINI Cooper & R53 Cooper S Hatchback, and 2005-2008 R52 MINI Cooper & Cooper S Convertibles
Created: November 09, 2017
Your MINI Cooper with the JCW Aero Kit needs the correct brake duct kit to direct airflow properly. Install it with confidence using these detailed instructions for R56 & R57 MINI Cooper S with the factory JCW Aero Kit.
Created: August 12, 2016
VIDEO: How-To Upgrade Brakes on your JCW MINI Cooper
Created: May 15, 2013
MINI Cooper Brake system from Wilwood can be used with a number of different wheels when this guide is used to determine clearance.
Created: May 15, 2013
Click here for Wilwood Wheel Clearance 11.75"... If you want to make sure your new wheels or even your factory wheels will work with this Big Brake kit from Wilwood, this diagram will give you the info you need.
Created: February 22, 2013
Click here for installation instructions. Stainless steel brake lines are the racers choice for performance and safety. The flexible stainless steel covering protects a teflon hose as well as greatly reduces the chances of damage from road debris or catastrophic suspension failure. The benefit that is most sought after is the noticeably firmer brake pedal as we activate the master cylinder. The original rubber lines will have a propensity to swell under pressure while the teflon will not, thus the pedal feels more solid and provide much more of a feeling of control.
Created: April 07, 2005
Instructions for accessing the handbrake handle or emergency brake handle for replacement (also referred to as the 'parking brake'). These intructions also apply to the boot or cover replacement for the handbrake handle.