Wilwood Engineering designs and manufactures high-performance disc brake systems. Since the company’s inception in 1977 by Bill Wood, we have developed a substantial matrix of brake components and engineering techniques that allow us to quickly and reliably create brake systems for almost any application. Our core ability is the rapid development of custom engineered brake systems using a combination of off-the-shelf and custom components. In addition to designing and manufacturing brakes for all types of competitive motor sports, Wilwood also manufactures brake systems and components for agricultural equipment, industrial applications, utility vehicles, snowmobiles, quads, motorcycles and military vehicles.
With headquarters in Camarillo, California, Wilwood employs approximately 250 people. We have on-shelf stock of more than 300 different brake calipers, 200 rotor designs, 100 master cylinder designs and a wide assortment of brackets, fittings, valves and brake lines. Our off-shelf brake calipers range in size from tiny calipers used on go-carts and light duty industrial equipment, to heavy duty original equipment brakes for the U.S. military Humvee.
Wilwood's engineering department uses the latest computer-aided design and manufacturing techniques in conjunction with finite element analysis, dynamic test and cycle test equipment, to find high-performance and reliability solutions for the most difficult braking tasks. Our extensive inventory of proprietary on-the-shelf components allow us to provide cost-effective solutions for unique brake applications.
Wilwood is ISO 9000 compliant and has extensive experience maintaining quality levels of 100ppm or less for original equipment manufacturers.
At Ti64, our mission is clear; bring the proven strength, weight, and corrosion benefits of Titanium alloys to the common man pursuing perfection. With over 40 years combined metallurgical and mechanical engineering experience, our knowledgeable staff is prepared to exceed your goals with high performance solutions that make sense for your application and for your wallet.
We demand quality in every product we sell. Starting with threads, our SAE fasteners adhere to Class 2A and our metrics meet class 6g specifications providing the fitment you expect and minimizing any chance of galling or cross-threading. We use tapered transitions from thread to shank unlike some cheap import products we have seen. The under-head fillet of each part is carefully controlled so as to optimally strengthen while not adversely effecting fitment. All sockets are warm-forged, while non-socket heads are machine finished to exacting tolerances. All parts complete manufacturing with a polish operation designed to further increase reliability by eliminating any stress risers in the part surface.With a history that stretches back more than 50 years, Eckler’s was one of the pioneers in classic cars restoration. In those 50 years, we’ve never lost our passion for cars and our appreciation for our fellow enthusiasts who restore them. Because we have been around longer than anyone else, we have more experts in our company than anyone else, from the specialist Tech Reps available to answer your difficult questions on specific parts, to our marketing and purchasing team, who knows how to check out a part to make sure that it not only fits, but is as good or better than the original.
Pioneers in improved handling for Corvettes and Muscle Cars, SpeedDirect is the manufacturer of Steeroids® Rack & Pinion Conversion Kits, Shark Bite® Suspension & Handling Components for C2-C3 Corvettes, Vector Series™ Suspension & Handling Components for classic Mustangs, and Rod Links™ Clutch Linkages for cars & trucks. Designed by aerospace engineers for improved performance, weight reduction and durability, all SpeedDirect products are proudly Made in the U.S.A. since 1994. We Put Fun In Every Corner!