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Am getting this done next weekend, not sure what colour to go for, want them to look satndard. The car is 06 plate and the capliers appear to have surface rust.

Was thinking of just doing em in the silver brake caliper paint halfords do and adding lacker, how do you think this will look?
 

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Nice 1 those pics were a huge help, thank you. Silver will look nice, can always spray a brighter louder colour on at a much later date.
Just need to get some laquer...
 

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QUOTE(lewis991 @ 5 Nov 2009, 08:11 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Nice 1 those pics were a huge help, thank you. Silver will look nice, can always spray a brighter louder colour on at a much later date.
Just need to get some laquer...

I have just done mine in silver lewis, They dont stand out that much but just make the car look more "detailed" and tidy.

Christian.
 

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Get yourself some Halford high temp paint and a wire brush and do it yourself...
Its really easy and im sure there's a guide somewhere in the forums too which helped me
My red high temp paint has lasted well over a year
 

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Yeah I am going for silver to blend in as standard calipers are anything to shout about appearence wise. But I am liking the red looks very smart but I would imagine hard to keep clean. My mate who is a mechanic does all the work on my
and he will spray em for me when I get my tyres and oil changed.
 
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Hello can anybody tell me if there is a good spraying company around the north east or north yorkshire where i can get my brake calipers powder coated and what price should i be looking at? thanks paul.
 
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