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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 05-26-2010, 02:51 PM Thread Starter
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What Color to Paint Brake Calipers and Drums?

Not sure what to go with. Any opinions?


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I say red for the calipers.
Black for the drums.
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alright. i like that idea so far
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I say red for the calipers.
Black for the drums.
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drilled and slotted rotors, painted calipers poly trans mounts 3'pulley.new megan exhaust new black headlights with hids
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red calipers and just paint flat black your drums please

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I say red for the calipers.
Black for the drums.
this. Drums being a bright color just isn't my style even though it can look clean.



here is what I did if it helps any. and I powdercoated but you can do regular paint like this also






It's black chrome with a metallic clear coat.
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Ok its set. calipers red and drums black. possibly flat black. can i use spray paint on them or should i get the engine enamel or caliper paint
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