The G-2 Manufacturing Brake Caliper PaintSystem Set was developed to show off a vehicle’s brake components through open-spoke style alloy wheels. It can be used to give all of a vehicle’s stock brake calipers the look of expensive, painted, high performance calipers, as well as add color to rear drum brake-equipped vehicles. Easily applied as a brush-on, the PaintSystem Set is engineered for universal application on automotive brake calipers and drums, and will even help protect these vital brake components from potentially harmful oils, chemicals and rust.
Our experience indicates that a PaintSystem Set provides sufficient materials to paint 4 brake calipers, or 2 brake calipers and 2 brake drums. However vehicles with large brake calipers on the front axle and large brake drums on the rear axle may require two complete PaintSystem Sets to assure adequate coverage.
Two-part paint system does not require caliper removal
Colors are fade resistant
Seals and protects
Heat-resistant up to 950º F
Suitable for race cars, too
Oil and chemical resistant
NOTE: PaintSystem Sets have a shelf life of six months and must be used between 56-70°F (13-21°C) ambient temperatures. Higher temperatures will cause paint to harden faster than normal. Once the paint and reactor are mixed, there are only 4-6 hours working time. After that, paint left in the can will harden and will not be useable.
Do not paint the mating surfaces where the road wheels attach to the brake drums. The wheel’s mounting hub diameter should be measured and masked off on the brake drum prior to painting.
Paint requires 2 hours curing time before reinstalling wheels. Do not use the vehicle for 24 hours to allow the paint to fully harden. Plan application accordingly.
G2 BRAKE Caliper PaintSystem Set Contents:
Detailed Instructions, 1 (14 oz.) aerosol can G2 BRAKE Cleaner Spray, 1 (4 oz.) metal can Brake Caliper Paint, 1 (1 oz.) glass jar PaintSystem Reactor, 1 stir stick, 1 application brush, 1 color decal.
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