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Old 12-30-2012, 06:58 PM
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I want these rotors

I seen these while surfing through the site, It was advertising the caliper covers. The red on the rotors really cought my eye, is this just paint and if so how do I go about doing this? It would be tricky to paint tha small slots!

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I remember Rotorpros used sell some like this

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Nice to see..but imagine the upkeep on rotors like those!
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Paint the whole rotor and then turn down the braking surface
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Thanks for the replys, when I order my new rotors I might give this a try!
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Now that is sharp as heck!
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Yep, paint the whole rotor and just sand down the braking surface. A good way to do that is to use the old brake pads when you do the swap to take the paint off.
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The hard part would be keeping them the color you want . You would almost have to take the wheels off to clean the brake dust out of each slot.
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Those look awesome, but upkeep would be hard
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Make sure you use hi-temp paint or you will burn the paint off.
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