AWD Turbo Parts and Performance

Suffering With Brownbos? Caliper Refinishing by Centric Brakes

Update 4/8/2014

We are no longer offering this service. Centric changed to a different powdercoating company a while ago and the current finish is not the same as shown in these pics below. Sorry for the older teaser pics.

Current powdercoating process looks more like this:

Centric can still do the rebuild on a Brembo EVO caliper and get the rebuild part mechanically perfect. But the powdercoating is more what you can expect for a race car. The caliper will be red. It may have random dirt specs in the finish, it will have orange peal. But it will be stuck down and a high temperature red. Same price as listed below. Sorry but it just is what it is they say.

 

Old pics and original post below.

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Are your calipers maroon, brown or even black from having too much fun with them? Is the clear coat flaking? Pink from the sun and wheel cleaning chemicals?

For  EVO Brembo caliper painting and rebuilding we use Centric (parent company of Stoptech and Powerslot). Front calipers are $375 for a pair for the service, rears are $260 for the pair. This is for a complete rebuild and powdercoat of the calipers. Basically they are re-manufactured to like new condition. It takes about 5-6 working days to do your calipers so plan on some downtime with your car.

Here are a set of front and rear calipers that just came back:

Front Caliper

Box and package: (old process, not a current pic)

What you get: (old process, not a current pic)

Front: (old process, not a current pic)

Click for more pics!

 

Top: (old process, not a current pic)

Seals and pistons: (old process, not a current pic)

Inside Detail: (old process, not a current pic)

Bleeder Screw: (old process, not a current pic)

Pins and springs: (old process, not a current pic)

Rear Caliper

Front: (old process, not a current pic)

Top: (old process, not a current pic)

Bleeder and Fluid Bolt Details: (old process, not a current pic)

Seal and piston: (old process, not a current pic)

 

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