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Jslz
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make sure you clean the painting area very good with brake clean and cover the areas you dont want painted of course
 

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No. It's standard rattle can paint. It will not withstand the temperatures your rotors will see. You want to use either high temp engine paint or paint designated as rotor paint.

VHT
http://www.vhtpaint.com/caliperpaint.html

Duplicolor Caliper
http://duplicolor.com/products/caliperPaint/

Duplicolor Engine
http://duplicolor.com/products/enginePaint/
What he said. use at least 500* paint. Has held up well on both my camaro and TBSS.

Dupla-crap clear is just that. Junk. I still have some I bought for my CTS-V wheels if you want it?
 

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Jslz
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which rotors did u get?

Slotted/Drilled with Powerstop pads from the ebay link someone posted under the brake section a few days or so ago.

Dupla-crap clear is just that. Junk.

Why is it crap? haha I just bought a can of the clear and a can of black just incase! Does the clear just not hold up well or something?
 

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Use a generous amount of paint thinner on the calipers and rotors and wipe off with a clean rag. I've had mine painted for about 6 months now with gloss black engine paint and its still shiny and not flaking
 
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