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During changes of brake pads (Galfer are new) I painted brake calipers with Motip ColorWorks Copper paint spray (No. 918523). As base I used Motip ColorMatic 1K Epoxy Primer... After change of brake fluid (Tutela DOT4) I have collateral benefit: much softer clutch pedal...
 

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Nice finish, not sure on the colour though, put on a photo of the caliper behind the wheel.
 

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Through the wheel...
 

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I like it. Very different
 

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It was my main idea - different... :thumbs:
Brass color was serious candidate, but I didn't find color in spray... gold color was too much "decorative"...
 

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Agree - I tried to achieve one decent and classy impression...
 

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I just went for bright green with mine :lol:
 

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It depends on the car type and age of owner... :) Btw, I am 54. :D
 

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:)
 

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You was suspicious because of copper color or...? :)
My former 147 has red painted calipers, which are completely justified for spirit of 147...
 

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They actually look really good.

Never would have thought they would have worked but I do like to proven wrong.

Top work bud :D
 

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Looks good, and doesnt matter if you spill copper slip on them when changing the pads :lol:

Cheers
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Thank you guys... View from distance indicates to discrete impression...
 

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