Jonathan Posted February 2, 2006 Report Share Posted February 2, 2006 Went to paint my calipers today and the finish has come out dreadful, the paint is so thin it just doesn't work, peed off tbh. They are the original single pot brembo rear calipers, running red stuff ceramic and ventilated/grooved disks - what sort of temperatures should I expect the caliper to get to on the rear in normal use ? As standard I am figuring not a lot becuase of the braking bias towards the front, but add grooves etc doesn't that channel a lot of heat away ? I'm not tracking the car or doing a lot of hard braking. The paint I'm using atm is safe for 500C / 900F The paint I want to opt for is 300C / 570F I was tempted to give it a go and see if it works or not, but becuase I can't start again until the sunday now I thought I'd throw it open for a 2nd opinion. Quote facebook = [email protected] Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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