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blog Thursday, March 31, 2011 @ 9:38 AM
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Hello friends of GS...looking to powder coat my front and rear calipers on the cobra. I would prefer to buy a set already done so that I don't have to deal with the down time of taking them off and taking them to be powder coated. Anyone know where i could find them???

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Ozz
Mar 31st, 2011 @ 10:19 PM


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Anywhere that sells Ford brake parts, really. The new edge Bullit/Mach 1 setups come powder coated red w/the horse, and I think the Cobra ones come black w/Cobra written in white. That's about it though, you can't pick other colors as far as I know.

If you need a hookup on powder coating, I can do any color you need

91GT347
Apr 13th, 2011 @ 2:48 PM


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 Is there a certain color or design you want, or just solid  ? I'll do some research for you. I used to kinda  be the the "go to" guy around here for finding shit. lol  Im on the net all day here at work. Its a tough job, but noone has to do .lmao

      Ive been thinking about getting my own setup too OZZ. Are those cheaper kits any good OZZ, or do you know ? 

saleenlx5.0
Apr 13th, 2011 @ 7:06 PM


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I bought a dupli-color caliper paint kit for $25 so we'll see how that comes out for now

91GT347
Apr 14th, 2011 @ 2:25 PM


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Cool man. That actaully works pretty good. Just make sure they are really clean when you start. Should turn out nice.

Ozz
Apr 14th, 2011 @ 11:25 PM


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Pretty much any powder coat system will be able to handle simple parts like brake calipers. I wouldn't recommend anything that has "built-in" air supplies though, definitely get something that is fed from an actual air compressor. Sandblast them clean, spray, bake, and done. It's easy to do but having the proper type of blasting setup is what makes all the difference. Or you could just source that out or risk degreasing them with degreaser and chemical prep. I don't like that method though, too much room for error and then you're screwed fixing problems.

91GT347
Apr 20th, 2011 @ 9:12 AM


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Yep. Prep is the key. I do know that. 



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