|Item Weight||1.95 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||10.9 x 5.8 x 3.4 inches|
|Item model number||6249403|
|Manufacturer Part Number||6249403|
Other Sellers on Amazon
+ Free Shipping
+ Free Shipping
High Temperature High Gloss Self Leveling Brush On Black G2 Brake Caliper Paint System Kit
Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) is a service we offer sellers that lets them store their products in Amazon's fulfillment centers, and we directly pack, ship, and provide customer service for these products. Something we hope you'll especially enjoy: FBA items qualify for FREE Shipping and Amazon Prime.
If you're a seller, Fulfillment by Amazon can help you increase your sales. We invite you to learn more about Fulfillment by Amazon .
- Enter your model number to make sure this fits.
- G2 High Temperature Brake Caliper Paint System Set
- G2 is available in 11 standard, high-gloss, wear-resistant colors
- This top-of-the-line BRAKE Caliper Paint System Set from G2
- The most complete and easy-to-use kit available and includes everything necessary for application
- Not only is the G2 system attractive, but it offers great chemical and physical protection
Frequently bought together
Customers who bought this item also bought
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
Compare with similar items
High Temperature High Gloss Self Leveling Brush On Silver G2 Brake Caliper Paint System Kit
Brake Caliper Paint Kit - High Heat 980-Degree F, Two-Part Gloss Paint with Cleaning Spray and Brush, Red Finish
High Temperature High Gloss Self Leveling Brush On LIME GREEN G2 Brake Caliper Paint System Kit
High Temperature High Gloss Self Leveling Brush On Gold G2 Brake Caliper Paint System Kit
VViViD Enamel Paint Wrap High Temperature Vinyl Film For Calipers (Red)
|Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||$5.63||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping|
|Sold By||TCP Global Corp||TCP Global Corp||NationalDist||TCP Global Corp||TCP Global Corp||VViViD Vinyl|
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question.
Customers also shopped for
Top customer reviews
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
I chose to paint the calipers on my new Audi A6 during a stretch of days in January that averaged in the high 50's and low 60's. Even the company warns that you should only apply the paint between 56 and 70 degrees F. Given I was in the ideal temperature range, I dove right in!
Given my car was brand new (2017), I didn't need to spend a significant amount of time to clean the calipers as they were already pretty clean. I did, however, focus on taping and masking off the parts of the wheel that must not/cannot be painted. I also purchased artists brushes that work with enamel paints. I did read that the brush that comes with the kit can shed. I honestly didn't see that, but never gave it the chance and used my brushes anyway.
I was able to add four coats of paint to my calipers. The first coat took some time and was a light coat. The last coat gave it a final, smooth finish. I chose black to match the black-out look I was going for with my A6.
I didn't have any problems applying the paint. There were times when loaded too much paint on the brush and it dripped, but I was able to fix it easily. I waited at least 15 minutes between coats. Truth be told, I purchased two kits. It was impossible for me to put my vehicle up on four jack stands, so I was only able to raise one wheel up at a time. I would paint one caliper, let it sit for 2 hours, then put the wheel on and move to the next wheel. I have heard that some people have successfully cut the paint and the hardening agent in half to save for later. I didn't chose to do that as I feared I'd not have the right amount of hardener to paint and eventually the paint would fail. Once all four wheels were completed, I waited two days to cure. G2 says wait 24 hours, but the temperature in my garage dropped at night below 56 degrees so I wanted to give it more curing time.
Once cured, I took the wheels off again and applied high-heat transfer stickers to the caliper to finish the look. I am very pleased with the results and would recommend this product to anyone - as long as you have the time to devote to the cleaning, prep and painting as required.
Every time I have taken a wire wheel on a angle grinder and completely stripped all the crap off the calipers... I feel like this is KEY!! If you just spray the brake clean you are asking for trouble a couple years down the road as it will peal.
Overall I would say if you have the opportunity and the time to clean your calipers properly and have time to let them sit and cure this is a great method to make your calipers look better.
I have found that the 24 hr cure time is incorrect. On all three cars I found that it takes roughly 48hrs for the paint to fully cure. After 24 hours I can still take my finger nail and leave a depression in the paint. That tells me it's not ready and I would NOT drive the car for fear that the heat and the brake dust would then get embedded in the paint and you'd never be able to clean them right or make them look nice short of re-doing the entire job.
Other than that, use a different paint brush because they are garbage with what is included in the packaging. I tried a foam brush and that was horrible too... Go to a big box store.. But the 97 cent brush and then take scissors and cut the bristles down by half. You have a firm brush and you don't waste the product by it being absorbed by the long bristles..
I used 2 separate kits (fronts and rears). Prep is key. I used a can of brake clean with each caliper with a small wire brush that looked like a toothbrush getting in all the nooks and cranny's. After that was clean and dry I used a dry paint brush to dust off the calipers again until there was no more brake dust. I had a nice set up on a bench with cardboard and all my parts laid out. Oh and don't forget the brush is really crappy. I went to a craft store and got a bunch of tiny brushes for $5 that I could toss after I was done. You have to have those to do a nice job. I would also recommend about a 12" piece of 2x4 or similar you can rest the caliper on. I did paint the insides but you really want to get that first and rest the caliper on the 2x4 on its end to get a nice finish on the outside and let it dry.
Take your time and don't rush it. You will get the results you want if you put in the time