I used Halfrauds caliper paint on the rears on mine. The process went like this
1) jack up car.
2) remove wheel.
3) spray with lots of brake cleaner and fairy liquid
4) wire brush and scouring pad till grease free. Repeat 3 and 4 many times.
5) use a smallish brush to paint on caliper paint.
6) repeat for side number 2.
7) recoat both sides.
8) leave on axle stands overnight
9) check results.
10) touch up any bits that look like they need it.
11) put the wheels back on.
I also did the front 305mm Brembos my car came with. Exact same process.
Proper caliper paint or hammerite doesn't need primer, or top coat.
Just be aware that as soon as you use brake cleaner on an unprotected gloss paint, the gloss goes instantly.
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