tried to avoid painting rotors, but some got in the wayPresns323i said:lmao, u didnt take them off? reminds me of that vw guy that painted the entire rotor and caliper.
thanksfckupayme said:looks awesome, nice job. :thumbup: looks better then rust :clap: looks especially nice with ur cross drilled rotors
yes, some did, pretty sure it will rub off though...jeremysmith1967 said:it looks good but did you get paint on the rotors?
You'll be posting pics, right? I'll keep an eye out for that.aznazasin said:
I'm respraying my whip Hellrot. So it's 4. :thanks:The Nebulizer said:You'll be posting pics, right? I'll keep an eye out for that.
When I first got my Hellrot, I was thinking of painting the calipers laguna seca blue - but everyone talked me out of it... I still think it might look cool though.
(wow, 3 hellrot posters in a row in a non-hellrot related thread )
i guess so... but i wouldn't too much worry about gumming up, cause it will stuck into holes in rotor. hm... not sure though... :hmm:The Nebulizer said:I can't imagine paint on the rotors being a good thing.
Be careful braking for a while. I would worry this could gum them up as it wears off or even cause the rotors to wear uneven. (But, I know practically nothing about brakes, so don't pay too much attention to anything I say )
thanksbluecougar said:looks great, good job
red on your car will look sick. :thumbup:aznazasin said:
thanks.Asterisk* said:Looks perfect!!! :thumbup:
Yeah, red stock calipers on a white e46 would not look so good.white46 said:i was thinking of painting red but red calipers on my car will just stick out too much.
ya. shiny black will look good.2000_328CI said:I had gary at martin's motorsports do mine in black... he used 6 coats of paint and then clear coated them for a nice shiny finish.. i am very pleased with the work