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i need help to decide on a color for the disc caliper .my car is orange red  with chrome rims . i have a choice of red or black for the caliper  so is red to much color ? is black not enough  . i don't want to over do it ,or  be sad i under did it i know its all about taste ,so what do you think ? thanks for any help if you have ,pics love to see them

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Just a personal preference I am not a fan of colored calipers. I would go black.

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Black is safest and requires less cleaning.

If it is a set with powder coated red calipers, they would look nice on your car as well.

On my part, its more the branding often printed in white letters on these that I would try to avoid.

I don't put Summit, Holley etc.. stickers in my engine compartment either.

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I went with a steel grey high temp engine paint for a more natural look. I painted in 2010 and the paint has held up very well.

 

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