Wilwood 14" Rotor, 6-Piston Front Brake Kit - GM A/F/X Spindle SL6


Wilwood FNSL6R billet Forged six-piston calipers with 14” rotors deliver the ultimate combination for braking power and style in this group of kits engineered for traditional non-ABS spindles on American muscle cars and vintage rods. Built exclusively for 18” and larger wheels, 14" SL6 kits enhance tire and suspension upgrades on all types of custom show and high performance dual-purpose street and track machines. A full range of options for caliper finishes and rotor designs are guaranteed to catch the eye of the most discriminating enthusiast while providing optimized brake performance for every individual application.

***Additional caliper colors available from Wilwood; Call for info/pricing. 

This Hub Offset will move the wheels inward or outward from the fender by this amount on each side of the vehicle.

***We at PTS often run this brake kit with a manual brake master cylinder due to the increased diameter of it. This does not apply to big rim cars over 20". 


64-72 GM A-Body spindles (Skylark, Chevelle, GTO, Cutlass)
67-69 GM F-Body spindles (Camaro, FIrebird)
68-74 GM Nova / X-Body spindles (Nova, Omega, Ventura, Apollo)
64-67 Chevy II/Nova spindles 
RideTech & other OEM style A/F/X drop spindles 

This kit does not come with brake hoses! Must be purchased separately. Part number 220-7056.

*NOTE:  Some applications for this kit have the steering arm to the rear of the spindle and others to the front. Also, some applications have room to mount the bracket and caliper on the steering arm side of the spindle while the steering arm may interfere in other applications. The brackets in this kit may be mounted on either the front or rear side of the spindle. If mounting to the front of the spindle, the right hand bracket will be used on the left hand side of the vehicle and vice versa. This drawing shows a typical 1967-1969 Camaro left side application where the steering arm is to the rear and there is room to mount the caliper on the steering arm side as shown. Determine which way the bracket and caliper will fit best on your application.