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GTS02
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Sep 6, 4:05pm - #268076 
Calliper Painting Help

Im going to paint my callipers red, and was wondering if it would look better to paint with a brush and just leave the medal clip part inside the calliper alone (silver), or use spray paint and just spray everythign red. The how to in the forums says to use a paint brush, but if you guys had pictures or opinions on what would look better it would help me out

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celimangts17
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Sep 6, 4:12pm - #268077 
just spray it and mask off the parts you dont want red. thumbsup


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slidr
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Sep 6, 4:15pm - #268078 
When you use a brush, it looks bad, and it will take longer.

Just spray, and you don't really even have to mask anything off.


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GTStick
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Sep 6, 4:32pm - #268079 
yeah i started painting mine on, but decided to spray and it looked better and was easier

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Sep 6, 4:44pm - #268080 
Originally Posted by GTStick
yeah i started painting mine on, but decided to spray and it looked better and was easier


everything he said^ I did 2 with brush and 2 spray on. spray on look 2 as nice thumbsup and twice as fast thumbsup


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Sep 6, 4:56pm - #268081 
i painted my first coat on the caliper by hand and decided it took to long so i sprayed it...

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SmutasticGT
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Sep 6, 4:57pm - #268082 
...drums (now silver) but heres an idea...

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Sep 6, 6:23pm - #268083 
how do you tape off all those little metal peices you dont paint because i bought the red caliper dupli color kit. will it not look as good since it's a brush on?

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Sep 7, 12:06am - #268084 
^^^
it will look fine - just take your time...

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