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G2 High Temperature High Gloss Self Leveling Brush On Lime Green Brake Caliper Paint System Kit

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  • G2 High Temperature Brake Caliper Paint System Set
  • Available in 12 standard, high-gloss, wear-resistant colors
  • Each kit covers 4 disc brake calipers or 2 drums.
  • The most complete and easy-to-use kit available and includes everything necessary for application
  • This is a top-of-the-line BRAKE Caliper Paint System Set from G2. Not only is G2 attractive, but it offers great chemical and physical protection
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Reviewed in the United States on January 31, 2017
Color: BlackVerified Purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars I am very pleased with how this product has transformed my calipers!
By Jackie on January 31, 2017
I'm not big on vehicle mods. I'm also not not particularly handy when it comes to cars, so the thought of doing anything that involved the brakes on my car scared me quite a bit. I watched many videos on how to paint calipers to get comfortable with the process and make sure I knew what I was doing. I also looked at the various options (spray paint vs. brush painting) as well as reading reviews on the various products and manufacturers. In the end, it seemed that G2 was the best fit for me and I'm very glad I made the decision.

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.
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Reviewed in the United States on July 18, 2016
Color: RedVerified Purchase
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4.0 out of 5 stars just did my Camaro 2SS calipers
By Debbie Langendoen on July 18, 2016
This stuff covers well, just follow the directions & mask off areas you don't want paint on. Regular painters mask tape works fine. Be sure the calipers are very clean, mix the 2 chemicals, & it takes 3 coats to do a good job. First coat will look bad, but don't worry. Be sure to let it dry at least 15 minutes between coats or you will get brush marks. And don't use the crap brush supplier with the kit, it sheds bristles all over. I got a home Depot small brush kit for $3.50 thatworked well. You have only a certain window of opportunity to do these once the reactor is mixed in with the paint, so plan accordingly! I topped the calipers off with white Brembo stickers, came out good in my opinion.
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Reviewed in the United States on November 23, 2016
Color: RedVerified Purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best brake caliper paint system on the market, period.
By Reilly Hall on November 23, 2016
Ultimately I'm glad I went with this product over an aerosol based caliper paint solution. While I almost took one star off for the poor quality paint brush that is included and the fact that this is a little harder to get a good clean finish out of your paint job if you don't mix the paint CONSTANTLY as you're applying it and apply it sparingly and with lots of patience. These are all things that can be easily overcome.

For instance, the poor quality brush looses some of it's bristles almost from the get go. If you tug on the end of the bristles and play with it, most of the loose bristles will come out almost immediately improving your chances of not getting one loose and stuck on the paint as you paint the caliper. The fact that you don't need a primer is excellent. However, don't let that fool you, you still need to properly clean the caliper and remove any previous paint or finish if you want to this look right and have a higher chance of sticking properly. Also the fact that this paint requires an activator makes it stronger and more durable in my opinion. But you need to constantly be mixing it as you're applying it, not just initially after pouring in the activator into the paint. This keeps it from coagulating and causing uneven application of the paint unless you're interested in wet sanding and polishing it later to a brilliant shine which is otherwise not necessary.

Also, this kit comes with everything you need to do this job. Enough paint to paint 4 calipers at least 3 coats each. The paint comes in a container large enough to mix without spilling or even risk of spilling as you mix. Activator so the paint is only ready to be applied when you're ready to do this job. Non-chlorinated brake cleaner to aid in cleaning the calipers prior to painting. Paint brush that is usable though you need to either get your own at Home Depot or Lowes or prep this one as stated above. A Popsicle stick for mixing. And instructions as well as a G2 decal if you want to use it.

Applying this paint is straight forward, maybe easier than an aerosol spray paint. But you do still need to take your time and be very careful how you apply it thinly but in multiple coats to get everything good and not get runs or orange peel. I do think this paint will end up being stronger than the aerosol type of paints and protect against brake dust and other road grime and the environment in general. So I rated this product 5 stars despite it's few weaknesses. I would definitely buy again and highly recommend.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Will give you that profesional finish
Reviewed in Canada on June 28, 2018
Color: BlueVerified Purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars Will give you that profesional finish
Reviewed in Canada on June 28, 2018
purchased last year and was very anxious to use it! finally got around to doing it and I am very impressed with the outcome. I recomend taking the brakes apart and doing a thorough clean on them and painting them the way I have done mine. The can says you can do it without taking anything apart but you will have to do some hefty taping....i like this way better, much easier to paint and will look better in my opinion! There is more than enough paint to do 3 or 4 coats on 4 calipers as well. (looks are dicieving) I would definitely purchase this again. I strongly recommend.
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3.0 out of 5 stars The reason i bought it.
Reviewed in Canada on March 16, 2021
Color: BlackVerified Purchase