look i took the rim of and i scrubed my calipers hardcore with a metal brush to get all of the dirt off. masked off the area with a paper bag and masking tape. and sprayed a thin coat. then waited about 3-4 min and did another. i did 5 good coats. i reconmmend at least 4. then i let them sit for 20-30 min to completely dry and set. put the tires on tight and ur ready to go.
the paint i used was Plasti-kote Brake Caliper Paint. i used the red (which after the 5 costs does have a gloss to it). good to 900 degree f and can be used on ur engine block too (i don't but you can). The red is bozo the clown red and does draw attention to it. the Can can do all four calipers in 5 coats. i did heavy coats (which isn't the best way) and still have a little bit left that i am going to touch them up a lil more because i got a lil left.
the reaction in skool today was mostly did you get new rims. no joke. i said that they were stock and they were shocked. haven't gotten any negitive raction for anybody yet. some said that they wouldhave liked yellow better but it don't bother me.
Advice is take ur time and do a good job. also if you can get all four wheels in the air it will make it ten time easier than me and the stock jack lol.
simple, easy, no help needed, adds at the min 20 hp and stops 10 ft faster a sec.
pics are comming soon because i am about to take them, and try to figure out how you post them