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Can anyone help me?I'd like to colour my brake calipers and I think I'd like them powder coated rather than painted (as I think painting them won't hold up over time).Can anyone recommend a place to get the calipers powder coated?Thanks
 

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Pink?! You're such a girl! I was thinking yellow on the Zed (I'm so predictable!) but how about this colour for Sarah's JUKE?
 

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Are the brakes that bad? I try not to use them I'm sure you could fit some bigger brakes on it mate. You must have a lot of bits lying around...!
 

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You could be right. The 350Z Brembo's would do the job very well.I'm not sure the discs would fit inside the JUKE wheels though as I think they only just clear 17" wheels if I remember rightly.Are the QQ brakes bigger? I expect they will just bolt straight on.
 

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If you use a high temp paint and make sure the caliper is totally clean the application should last for at least 3 years.Powder coating is the best option but will involve a full drain down and strip down then a have them sent to the powder coaters. There used to be someone in england who specialized in caliper but I think they have gone of business as they website no longer exists.Nissan Jukebox Painted his photos in the link below, they look very neathttp://www.jukeforums.com/forum/nissan-juke-wheels-tires-suspension/120276-caliper-covers-vs-painting.html
 
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