Brake Caliper Painting
Is It Worth it ?
Why stop at making your alloy wheels look nice when your rusty brake calipers and discs will show through and let them down? Whether it be standard OEM calipers you require painting or Brembo’s etc. On this brake caliper painting page you will find some examples of the work we have done for our customers who have had their calipers and discs painted.
So… Whats Involved With Brake Caliper Painting ?
There are two options for brake caliper painting. You can either have them cleaned, prepped, masked out and painted on the car. Or go for the top end service where they are removed, drained, serviced, shotblasted and painted any colour you choose before being refit and bled up using quality brake fluid. This top end brake caliper painting service is also a good cure for brake fade, squealing and most brake imbalances. New brake pads can be fitted whilst rebuilding your calipers if they are due a change, We can assess them when we take them apart and contact you. We also offer temperature resistant vinyl decals or stenciling beneath the lacquer. The choice is yours!
If you combine having your wheels and calipers done along with any other service the overall price will be discounted. Full paint and corrosion warranty will be given.
Why Not Go The Whole Hog ?
All that is left to look bad through the wheel after having your alloy wheels refurbished and brake calipers painted is the rusty disc centre. This can let the whole job down! If you decide to have your discs painted also they will be removed from the car. Any corrosion build up on the outer edge chipped off. Any visible part of the disc will be prepped and painted with a direct to metal, temperature resistant 2K paint. The most common colours are Silver, Black, Satin Black and Anthracite. Any colour is available!