Created: August 29, 2019
Need Classic Mini (1959-2000) brake parts? Mini Mania’s got what you want. From brake upgrades to Classic Mini brake master cylinder rebuild kits . From brake pads to rotors, calipers to brake cylinders, to brake drums to brake fluid, and disc brakes to brake kits, we carry a complete line of brake parts for your Classic Mini.
Created: December 28, 2018
Classic Mini Cooper Brake drums are available in stock cast iron or high performance aluminum versions. Wheel cylinders for all years of the Mini from 1959 thru 2000, both original and aftermarket are at great prices. Technical information from the experts at Minimania.com
Created: July 31, 2018
Looking for Classic Mini Brake Parts? Did you know that in order to simplify your experience on our website you can browse Classic Mini parts by Subcategory. Brake calipers, cylinders, pads/shoes, brake kits and more. From your Mini experts at Mini Mania, since 1974.
Created: October 06, 2017
View the Mini Mania Catalog as a PDF. Find a Part No. in the catalog. Type or copy/paste it into the search box to find it on the website.
Created: July 07, 2016
Finding the parts for your Classic Mini just got easier. See our new 2016 Classic Mini Parts and Accessories Catalog Online!
Created: March 18, 2015
The Importance of Brakes
Created: July 24, 2003
Created: February 08, 2001
In 1992 I brought together a few friends to form what was soon called "The Alberni Valley Autosports Club" (AVAC). We had about 4 of us with one Austin Healy Bug Eyed Sprite, a Mini 1000 ("The No Brakes Mini), a Toyota Corolla and one rather worn out Datsun F10.
Created: December 13, 2000
The other 4-way valve on the bulkhead on later cars (part number FAM7821) is frequently wrongly identified as one of the above as they are similar. However, this unit does not have the electrical connection, and has a cylinder sticking out one end. This IS a brake pressure regulator, only fitted to front/rear split systems as far as I'm aware. The PDWA is built into the master cylinders in these applications.
Created: December 10, 2000
What you actually need for the disc/drum conversion is pretty straightforward. Disconnect the steering arms, top and bottom swivel-pins, CV joint, and flexible brake pipes at the subframe - that’s it. There are, however, a number of ancillaries to consider.