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Old 06-09-2003, 01:05 PM   #21
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Thats a good question, i didnt bother with a brand name as long as they were ceramic. IT may be the same as yours if its the Ty default ceramic.

I didnt think so, maybe i can find one in a junk yard. The dealer will probably wanna charge me for a new caliper if i took it to them.

WOOO HOOOO, My Alternator just arrived at my doorstep, too bad im 60 miles away. heh
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Nytro, those look sweet! Those rims show them off well. Hope you have enough for the drums. How much were those rotors again?

Supercharged Alien, red calipers would be the best for your car! They did pretty well on mine too.
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thanks man!

Its gonna be really close on the drums. Theres A LOT more material to cover and i have about 40% of the paint left. It requires at least 3 coats too!! Im getting my caliper fixed tomorrow so i'll know wether i need a new one or not. If i do, im gonna use the paint on the second caliper and spray paint the drums wit 500degree paint.
I really dont know what i paid for them yet, sorry. Why dont you ask Ty the speedguy to give you a quote?
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Check out this new stuff.Wal-Mart is the only place I've seen this stuff.It'* Dupli-Color METELCAST spray paint.Anodized surface color system.It'* a two step process .First the ground coat ,a reflective silver .I did my back drums in this color only.Next is your choise of three colors right now.I did my front calibers in Blue.The other colors are Red,Gold It'* heat resistant up to 500 degrees.I did mine three weeks ago and they look as good as the day I did them.It'* a great powder coat look.Try it you'll like it.This was on HOT ROD TV a month or so ago.They said theres six color in all but I can olny find three for now.Check it out at www.duplicolor.com Later SO CLEAN ONE .
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thanx for the info socleanone, i have the Gold engine paint and primer, but it sounds like that stuff you found would be more durable for weather.
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