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yes you do, i highly recommend useing an air gun tool to smooth the exterior of them smooth since they are aluminum this is easy, then paint em with high temp paitn and they look amazing.
 

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paint > polished on teh caliper aluminum, every pair ive ever seen looks modest when polished not great
 

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SpectorV said:
paint > polished on teh caliper aluminum, every pair ive ever seen looks modest when polished not great
i dont know i just dont like it when they are painted, but some can look good. but polished looks way better
 

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Cope said:
I've got a stock 2003 V6. Do I have PBR dual-piston front calipers?
Thanks!


here are pics of my Powdercoated brakes. They were done at www.mpcoatings.com

Wayne the owner is a friend of mine and his shop is only a couple of miles from my house. They also do ceramic coating as well that has a chrome polished look without the hassles of chrome
 

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Corey, is that the brakes I fixed you up with? Cool, I bet that looks good on the car man! :cool:
 
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