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E36General discussion and technical help for (E36) 1992-1999 3 series cars. 318, 323, 325, 328.
thats a small detail that is normally overlooked, well done. your gonna have to do it again when u upgrade those brakes! i have zimmermann cross drilled rotors and EBC greenstuff pads all around and they work great, not very pricey either
what kind of paint did you use. i used red engine block spray paint and it was pretty messy.
Oh, it's some Dupli-Color Caliper paint. It's brush on. Really controllable. All the guys at Auto-Tards tried to sell me the spray stuff, but this way is totally better. No taping. 1/4" brush. It's really easy. I did my calipers with the same paint. I had some left over and this is what happened.
Originally Posted by c1apton
- "The DIY Goddess" - nice job (She's "schoolin'" the boyZ)
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Your Ride: 1999 320i
Have u seen brake caliper covers made from ceramics? there an auto shop here that sells these that u put over your stock calipers. Comes in red and black. the funny thing is that they have the 'brembo' logo on them so it fools any1 looking at them to think that your are using brembo calipers. it saves you to paint the calipers and does help to keep brake dust to a minimum.