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Old 12-29-2012, 05:16 AM   #1
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2013 Brake Caliper & Decal

I wanted to put these pics for those who want or need to know my correct procedures to painting the calipers, while theyre still on the car.

1. Clean with a strong air pressured degreaser.

2.Sand

3.Primer

4.2 Coats of paint

5.Decal Application(if applies)

6. 2 coats of clear

Let about 30 min of drying in between coats, except for after painting the second paint coat, you should wait an hour.
Heat gun is necessary before and after each step until the painting of the color comes, after that just wait.

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Old 12-29-2012, 05:18 AM   #2
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I need new rims! But heres a pic with them on lol

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Nice where did you get the decal
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Nice job! Looks really good.
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Old 12-29-2012, 11:20 AM   #5
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Nice where did you get the decal
Ebay

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Nice job! Looks really good.
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Nice job I might knock this out this weekend since the car is taken apart.
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Nice job I might knock this out this weekend since the car is taken apart.
Its easy, if you have the right equipment
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What kind of paint did you use
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White really stands out against the black. Looks great.
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What kind of paint did you use
Car paint

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White really stands out against the black. Looks great.
Yeah i just need some damn rims! Lok
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Its easy, if you have the right equipment
Maybe a silly question but what is the 'right equipment'? I want to get more into painting but don't know where to start.
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Wow looks good, thanks for the write up as well
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That is a really great job on those. Its the first time ive seen em come out that clean.
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Maybe a silly question but what is the 'right equipment'? I want to get more into painting but don't know where to start.
Air, paint gun, car lifter, heat gun, sand paper etc
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Maybe a silly question but what is the 'right equipment'? I want to get more into painting but don't know where to start.
Air, paint gun, car lifter, heat gun, sand paper etc
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Air, paint gun, car lifter, heat gun, sand paper etc
I figured as much. I should have been more specific... Are you using a HVLP gun? What nozzle sizes for primer and paint? What type of compressor you running and how do you regulate the pressure and volume produced?
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