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      08-13-2012, 11:04 PM   #1
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anybody have any good source for getting brake calipers painted?

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anybody have any good source for getting brake calipers painted?
if so how much? I do not want to spend 1k or something. I would like professional job. If i can't find anyone to do it, I might just have to do it myself. I want to try the pro(s) first. Please advise.

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      08-14-2012, 06:38 AM   #2
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get high temp brake caliper paint and DIY. very easy to do
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Looks somewhat easy.

Which paint is the best for DIY applications?
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i got mine done at a shop in MD. they did a really good job on it. with you would like to take a look at mine send me a PM
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Looks somewhat easy.

Which paint is the best for DIY applications?
I used G2 caliper paint that I bought for like $30
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      08-15-2012, 07:26 PM   #6
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I used G2 caliper paint that I bought for like $30
Me too, worked great, 3k miles later no chipping, nothing.
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I've been considering painting my calipers as well... For those of you who have done it: what color did you go with? Have any pics that you can share?
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Hey Raja, I just upgraded to a BBK. So I have my stock painted calipers removed and they're just sitting in my garage. If you're interested I can let them go for cheap.
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I've been considering painting my calipers as well... For those of you who have done it: what color did you go with? Have any pics that you can share?
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That looks awesome. I've got a white E92 on black wheels as well; the red calipers look great with that combination. I was also wondering what yellow would look like...
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That does look really good Richard.
I am just beginning to contemplate this mod, not sure what the time frame is for me. I will keep you posted if I decide to pick up your calipers for a good deal.
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i got mine done at a shop in MD. they did a really good job on it. with you would like to take a look at mine send me a PM
Where did you get them done? can you send a pic? I live in pasadena and I have a 335i.
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I would be interested in this as well.
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I would be interested in this as well.
post pix of the m3 please.
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I'd be interested in getting my calipers painted as well.
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luc can do it i believe. he was here 5 minutes ago.
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I'd be interested in getting my calipers painted as well.
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luc can do it i believe. he was here 5 minutes ago.
Well I went to art school...so yes I can paint your calipers. I actually bought a bunch of painting supplies last week so I can paint anything of reasonable size now (not a whole car).
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Well I went to art school...so yes I can paint your calipers. I actually bought a bunch of painting supplies last week so I can paint anything of reasonable size now (not a whole car).
Awesome Luc, I'll shoot you a text.
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I used the g2 paint system
Damn easy, and looks great
Only tip is don't mix the paint in one go
I mixed half, did the fronts
Then mixed the rest for the rears
I also got an audi sticker logo, and then clear coated the calipers
Looks great

I've used it before and it looked good 3 years after I painted it
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