Raleigh Brake Caliper Painting Process
We take our work very seriously, and anything that leaves our garage has our stamp of approval. So, we have a process for painting brake calipers that ensures a consistent, quality paint job every time. Below are the steps we take to ensure that your brake calipers are painted to our high quality standards.
- Remove wheels
- Jack up the vehicle.
- Mask off any parts we do not want to treat.
- Thoroughly clean the calipers, removing brake dust, and any residual grime.
- Paint the brake calipers with primer.
- Apply a heat resistant brake paint.
- Apply factory, or custom logos.
- Finish the brake caliper with a clear coat.
- Final inspection of the painted caliper.
This is the process that we have used for years on brake calipers, and the result is as good, or better than the stock paint job. If your calipers are black or silver from the factory, this is one of the best upgrades that you can do to really set your car apart.
Brake Caliper Color Selection
Not too long ago, there were only a handful of colors available, but these days, there is quite a selection of brake caliper paints to fit your needs. Since a large portion of the vehicles come with black or silver brake calipers from the factory, any color you choose will certainly set you apart. The paints are formulated for high heat applications, so the finish actually wears much better than the factory paint, and adds an extra layer of protection for your brakes. Below are some of the standard colors we offer:
Why choose Bullitt Auto for Caliper Painting?
Bullitt Auto has been performing brake caliper paint jobs for the past 10 years. We take great pride in our work, and care about our customers. We take the time to do things the right way, even though many times, there is a shortcut we could take, but top rate quality is what we stand behind. We like to think that our return customer base for different services demonstrates our pursuit of excellence, and our dedication to our customers. Thanks for considering us!