|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||2.6 x 2.6 x 8.2 inches|
|Item model number||BCP103|
|Manufacturer Part Number||BCP103|
|OEM Part Number||BCP103|
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Dupli-Color BCP103 Silver Brake Caliper Aerosol - 12 oz.
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Following some instructions online, I cleaned my OEM brake calipers, and applied 4 thin coats by brush (sprayed into a cup, first), and 4 coats sprayed from the can, allowing 15 minutes of drying time between coats. One can was enough for 4 calipers, and I just might have enough to paint my header heat shield. I allowed 24 hours before touching the car again.
The paint is glossy and looks substantial. It sprayed on evenly and didn't come out in bursts or clumps. After 1000 miles of driving and some direct pressure washing, it looks as though it was just applied. We'll see how it fares through the next Winter, but I'm optimistic.
Just make sure you get a wire brush and grease/oil remover spray, scrub the heck out of the calipers, take them off or tape them up whichever you prefer, spray 3 coats of primer which looks like a green swamp color, let them dry about 15 minutes apart, spray 5 coats of this paint on them, let them dry for 15-20 minutes apart because this paint is thicker and will begin to shift after maneuvering the calipers back on and you will see fingerprint indications, spray 3 coats of the clear coat high heat caliper paint by VHT and you are good to go. I got yellow because I was sick of seeing everybody with that stupid red and some people's brakes were fading red and ugly as heck.
Yellow draws more attention. I am going to redo all my brake calipers just to have more coats ensuring durability and order from them again.
Has been about 16 months since I put this on. My front are still looking great. Only issue is that there are minor chip marks from rocks and debris in the road hitting them while driving. I also had my brake pads changed at a mechanic and he could careless about the paint and completely ruined one side with a ton of chip marks and oil.Read more ›
The result is a smooth, factory looking caliper. Have had people comment how much more I had to pay as they thought it was a factory option upgrade!!!!
Apply a minimum of 2 coats and follow the instructions for distance to prevent any paint drips or teardrops. Did 2 front calipers and there's enough left in the can for one coat on 2 more (the Fit has drum rears). Amazon priced it right and shipped fast.
UPDATE: With the left-over paint was able to color the front and rear calipers on the wife's '14 MB G550. Prep work is the key. Put on 2 coats and even the Service techs at the local dealership find the results amazing! The painted calipers on the Honda Fit have been on 8 months and continue to look like new. No chipping, fading but note that Japanese vehicles have minimal brake dust compared to German brands. Curious to see how these hold up on our MBenz.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good paint, Just have to REALLY follow the instructions for a perfect finish. I was a little impatient with the time in between coats and inconsistent with he amount of paint I... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
I loved the blue color so much I used it on my computer case when I was done with my calipers. It was easy to apply and the only parts of my calipers that are no longer painted... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Richard P. Batson
Applying the paint worked really well, I was happy with how well it evened out when spraying light coats. It also dried fast, which was extremely helpful. WARNING! Read morePublished 8 days ago by jeustice
Two coats of the caliper paint was sufficient for a bright color that hasn't faded since I first applied two months ago. Read morePublished 2 months ago by phoenixscorpio
thought the color would be more like the picture on the can but its exactly the color of the cap which still looks really coolPublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
One can was sufficient for four calipers. It's been about a month, and it seems to be holding up well.Published 3 months ago by C. Wiggins
I used this to paint the calipers on my 84 Ram D100. It surprisingly turned out to be a close match to the color of the truck, which is Viper Red. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Patrick