|Item Weight||15.5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.6 x 2.6 x 7.9 inches|
|Item model number||SP734|
|Manufacturer Part Number||SP734|
|OEM Part Number||SP734|
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VHT SP734 Gloss Black Brake Caliper Paint Can - 11 oz.
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- Paint has been specifically designed for brake, drum, caliper and rotor custom detailing
- Superior heat and chemical resistance
- Best when used with primer color paint and clear coat process
- Withstands temperatures up to 900 degrees when cured properly
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step 1) remove brake dust, grease, and rust using a brake caliper cleaning agent of some kind. Also use a wire brush if you can.
step 2) Sand your calipers using 320-grit sandpaper. Really rough them up. Then use some more brake cleaner.
step 3) Mask off your car's corner body panels, the wheel wells, the struts and hoses, and finally, the brake rotors. Take the time to mask the bleed valves on the calipers too.
step 4) Apply primer to the caliper in a very light, speckled coat, then move to the next caliper until you've applied a coat to all 4. Do this 4 times, gradually getting heavier, but avoid letting the paint run (it's okay if it happens in the primer). Try to do this as quickly as possible.
step 5) Apply your base color (THIS PRODUCT) using the same method as in step 4: light coats multiple times. I suggest a sweeping method, rather than just spraying hard. Do NOT allow the base color to run.
step 6) Apply a clear coat using the same method as in steps 4 and 5, but be careful not to overdo it. Clear coats can run more easily than base colors. The paint should be looking thick and glossy by this time.
step 7) Wait an hour. Drink a beer or something.
step 8) Remove your masking. Gaze upon your new calipers. Then, use some brake cleaner to remove any overspray from the brake rotors or undercarriage areas. Do NOT use brake cleaner to clean body panels, as it will probably remove the paint.
step 9) put your wheels back on. wait a few more hours. THEN drive your car pretty hard, making sure to go fast, and brake hard. This will heat your brakes up. The paint needs to cure at 200ºF, which means you need to drive and brake repeatedly. Don't go too nuts.
That's it! All finished.
- Bright red color
- Good paintcan w/nozzle, plenty of paint volume to use (up to 8 calipers if used sparingly)
- Easily sprays paint from 8 - 10 inches away
- Dries w/in 1 hr! Completely dry w/in 24hsr
- checkout the uploaded photo
- Put in extra time to prep the caliper surface for painting. De-grease, sand, dry! Take care to use masking tape/newspaper to protect against overspray.
*Easy to apply
*Pretty resistant to dripping. -Other high temp sprays I've tried in the past almost have the consistency of water. VHT is nice and thick!
*Very nice glossy black finish
*My search for the best brake paint product is now complete...assuming it holds up well over time.
*Fairly strong odor when baking
If you have surface rust use Metal Ready by Por15 to avoid contamination and flaking in the future.
The thinner the coats you use the more durable the paint will be, also bake it prior to installation because brake fluid WILL eat it if you get it on the brakes during the install (so purge the fluid or bake it).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great clear coat. Sprays very evenly and has a consistent finish. Really makes the paint on your calipers pop.Published 9 days ago by Amazon Customer
Used them on my fresh brake calipers. Takes a good while to dry and temper so be patient and take your time, the color looks great and is a deeper orange and not fluorescent.Published 16 days ago by Joshua D. Kanies
I bought this originally to paint all 4 brake calipers on my 94 Integra GSR. I had enough to do this, and then 3 years later enough to also paint the brakes on my 03 Subaru Impreza... Read morePublished 18 days ago by J. Myers
I purchased and applied this paint 6 months ago and it is still looking fantastic. I used 2 cans of paint to refinish a used set of Brembo calipers to like new for installation... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jordan Sarette
Easy way to make the brake calipers look new again. Just prep it good, brush off the brake dust and rust with a wire brush, use acetone to clean the surface, take off the pads (or... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Warren S