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Old 01-18-2011, 01:09 AM   Thread Starter #1
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Waste of 30-40 bucks. I mean it works but engine paint will work the same and will only cost you about 7 bucks acan. Just saying.
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I used a duplicolor kit that was similar. Came out looking good. The paint was self leveling so it filled in the pits of the cast aluminum very well.

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I belive Eddy is using the G2 paint or going to use it...
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Waste of 30-40 bucks. I mean it works but engine paint will work the same and will only cost you about 7 bucks acan. Just saying.
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Engine paint has way more choices too. I got a can of caliper cleaner, some cheapo scrubbing brushes and the engine paint. Done deal, half the cost.
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Forgot to mention, if you want a smooth look, get a can of Filler primer and use that first, then paint.
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Should a clear coat be applied after,i painted my calipers in august of 09 and it is coming off now,or do they all last about a year,year and a half?
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Should a clear coat be applied after,i painted my calipers in august of 09 and it is coming off now,or do they all last about a year,year and a half?
How well you prep them will determine how long they will last.
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Yea I just cleaned them with a metal scraper to get the rust off and wiped it down with water.Should,i have used the primer filler?
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$38 is too much for paint hit up home depot or auto parts store for nice alternatives
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I used the G2 kit on mine, and I did them in blue. I would not hesitate to buy another kit, if I had another car to do. For me, it was $30-40 bucks well spent. The paint dries rock hard, and is self leveling. It is a 2 stage paint that you will have to mix prior to painting. You only have a limited time to use it once you mix it, before it starts to harden up. I had read a lot of reviews on the Duplicolor kit where a lot of people were saying that there were durability issues, so I went with the G2 kit.

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Waste of 30-40 bucks. I mean it works but engine paint will work the same and will only cost you about 7 bucks acan. Just saying.
I don't know Ray, I used engine clear on my underhood parts, and it chips off very easily. I'm not really sold on the durability of rattle can engine paint.
I used the engine clear (with ceramic), to clear my parts, and if you sneeze on them, the paint chips.

I also like the fact that the G2 is in a can, so I didn't have to spend any time taping off anything in the garage. I just cleaned the calipers, mixed the paint, and started brushing.

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$38 is too much for paint hit up home depot or auto parts store for nice alternatives
Ham, if the paint stays where I put it, and dries rock hard, then it's $38 well spent. If I spray it on and have to repaint it every year, then my cost savings go quickly down the drain.
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I just ordered the Green G2 kit. Previously I also had the Red G2 Paint for my 300zx BBK. I like the G2 kit. I took my time using the brush to paint everything carefully and it came out great. Years went by and it still looked the same.

Its definetly worth the $$. The spray can will also do the job and its much cheaper.

I went based on my previous experience with G2.
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Engine paint has way more choices too. I got a can of caliper cleaner, some cheapo scrubbing brushes and the engine paint. Done deal, half the cost.
Yeah so you're volunteering to help me do mine? lol
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i got the g2 kit for xmas, am waiting for the warmer weather to apply it. did you guys remove the calipers before you painted them or just left them on?
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I left mine on and laid down on a piece of carpet on the floor in the garage while i brushed the paint on.
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i got the g2 kit for xmas, am waiting for the warmer weather to apply it. did you guys remove the calipers before you painted them or just left them on?
I pulled mine, and I hit my calipers with a scotchbrite pad on a die grinder...made a heck of a mess. Just knock any rust off with a wire brush.
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Thanks for the input guys, im going to go with the g2. Now I need to decide what color to go with.
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When I clean my calipers, I use this on the end of a drill.

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I don't know Ray, I used engine clear on my underhood parts, and it chips off very easily. I'm not really sold on the durability of rattle can engine paint.
I used the engine clear (with ceramic), to clear my parts, and if you sneeze on them, the paint chips.
Well I guess is different for everybody. I've been painting cars for many years and I have a few tricks up my sleeve but for the most part is just prepping well and spraying more coats with time in between each coat to cure. Mine have lasted through winter and never chipped. If 30-40 bucks is worth it to you, by all means, spend it, your money. For me just works with the engine paint and I get the same result, a lot cheaper.
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I used the same thing to clean mine. That little thing rocks! best $2 ever spent! It even cuts through the paint if you ever want to strip it off.
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Just saw a set of those with brass, carbon steel, stainless steel and filament abrasive for $6. Might have to grab it...
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I used the stainless steel on the recommendation of the NAPA guy and it worked great if that helps at all!
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The kit does 2 Calipers ??



Im debating on painting my polished calipers, its PITA to keep them shiny all the time.


Just curious if 1 kit can do 4 calipers or 2 ?
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1 kit does 4 calipers, and a little extra actually
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The kit does 2 Calipers ??



Im debating on painting my polished calipers, its PITA to keep them shiny all the time.


Just curious if 1 kit can do 4 calipers or 2 ?
I did 2 heavy coats on all 4 calipers and had extra leftover.
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