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VHT SP738 Bright Yellow Brake Caliper Paint Can - 11 oz.
VHT SP738 Bright Yellow Brake Caliper Paint Can - 11 oz.
VHT SP738 Bright Yellow Brake Caliper Paint Can - 11 oz.
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VHT SP738 Bright Yellow Brake Caliper Paint Can - 11 oz.

VHT SP738 Bright Yellow Brake Caliper Paint Can - 11 oz.
VHT SP738 Bright Yellow Brake Caliper Paint Can - 11 oz.
VHT SP738 Bright Yellow Brake Caliper Paint Can - 11 oz.
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Features

  • Paint has been specifically designed for brake, drum, caliper and rotor custom detailing
  • Superior heat and chemical resistance
  • Best when used with primer color paint and clear coat process
  • Withstands temperatures up to 900 degrees when cured properly
  • This item is not for sale in Catalina Island

Description

VHT SP738 Bright Yellow Caliper Paint has been specifically designed for brake, drum, caliper, and rotor custom detailing. It is heat resistant to 900 degrees Fahrenheit and will not chip, peel, crack, fade or rust even under extremes of operation or road and weather conditions. VHT caliper paint is easy to apply, dries quickly and is remarkably resistant. Careful preparation is essential to insure proper adhesion and curing.VHT caliper paint is part of a multi high performance coating system. The coating system products consist of primer, paint, and clear coat. VHT caliper paint dries to the touch in 30 minutes and completely over night. VHT caliper paint only attains its unique qualities after correct curing. Curing occurs with normal brake operating temperatures or parts can be heated to 200 degrees Fahrenheit. Complete application and curing process instructions are also printed on each can.


Manufacturer VHT


Brand VHT


Item Weight 15.5 ounces


Product Dimensions 2.63 x 2.63 x 7.88 inches


Item model number SP738


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Manufacturer Part Number SP738


OEM Part Number SP738


ASIN B000CPAVIY


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 949 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #950 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive) #2 in Brake Cleaners


Date First Available November 23, 2005


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Features

  • Paint has been specifically designed for brake, drum, caliper and rotor custom detailing
  • Superior heat and chemical resistance
  • Best when used with primer color paint and clear coat process
  • Withstands temperatures up to 900 degrees when cured properly
  • This item is not for sale in Catalina Island

Description

VHT SP738 Bright Yellow Caliper Paint has been specifically designed for brake, drum, caliper, and rotor custom detailing. It is heat resistant to 900 degrees Fahrenheit and will not chip, peel, crack, fade or rust even under extremes of operation or road and weather conditions. VHT caliper paint is easy to apply, dries quickly and is remarkably resistant. Careful preparation is essential to insure proper adhesion and curing.VHT caliper paint is part of a multi high performance coating system. The coating system products consist of primer, paint, and clear coat. VHT caliper paint dries to the touch in 30 minutes and completely over night. VHT caliper paint only attains its unique qualities after correct curing. Curing occurs with normal brake operating temperatures or parts can be heated to 200 degrees Fahrenheit. Complete application and curing process instructions are also printed on each can.


Manufacturer VHT


Brand VHT


Item Weight 15.5 ounces


Product Dimensions 2.63 x 2.63 x 7.88 inches


Item model number SP738


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Manufacturer Part Number SP738


OEM Part Number SP738


ASIN B000CPAVIY


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 949 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #950 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive) #2 in Brake Cleaners


Date First Available November 23, 2005


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Paint has been specifically designed for brake, drum, caliper and rotor custom detailing
  • Superior heat and chemical resistance
  • Best when used with primer color paint and clear coat process
  • Withstands temperatures up to 900 degrees when cured properly
  • This item is not for sale in Catalina Island

Description

VHT SP738 Bright Yellow Caliper Paint has been specifically designed for brake, drum, caliper, and rotor custom detailing. It is heat resistant to 900 degrees Fahrenheit and will not chip, peel, crack, fade or rust even under extremes of operation or road and weather conditions. VHT caliper paint is easy to apply, dries quickly and is remarkably resistant. Careful preparation is essential to insure proper adhesion and curing.VHT caliper paint is part of a multi high performance coating system. The coating system products consist of primer, paint, and clear coat. VHT caliper paint dries to the touch in 30 minutes and completely over night. VHT caliper paint only attains its unique qualities after correct curing. Curing occurs with normal brake operating temperatures or parts can be heated to 200 degrees Fahrenheit. Complete application and curing process instructions are also printed on each can.


Manufacturer VHT


Brand VHT


Item Weight 15.5 ounces


Product Dimensions 2.63 x 2.63 x 7.88 inches


Item model number SP738


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Manufacturer Part Number SP738


OEM Part Number SP738


ASIN B000CPAVIY


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 949 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #950 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive) #2 in Brake Cleaners


Date First Available November 23, 2005


abunda_amazon_reviews I really like VHT products. Prior to seeing my friend use this on his Audi R8, I was quite skeptical of spray cans. I prefer to powder coat the calipers, or use G2 paint kits because of their heat proof coatings. Well, seeing is believing. When I saw how great my buddy's calipers came out, I knew that was it. The color was good, and light-medium coats settled real nicely. It was so smooth; almost like factory! Needless to say, I was impressed. However; for my own Honda Fit, I wasn't too sure how it would come out. The Brembo calipers on higher end cars are smooth as silk and a great platform to start with. I don't have those though. My Honda calipers are roughly textured steel pieces. But hey, what the heck? Worst comes to worst, it just looks like a cheapo Honda caliper. Bought one gold can. There's enough to spray two calipers, with extra to spare. My DIY process went something like this: - Cleaned my brand-used DC2 ITR calipers with brake cleaner - Masked off the piston and other delicate areas - Hit it once with a light coat, wait a few minutes for it to dry - Proceed to do two light coats, with a few minutes in between so that it could dry - After that I laid a nice, thick coat and waited for another 5 minutes before I hit it with the last medium coat - Once the paint dried and settled on the surface, I proceeded to let it dry overnight Damn, this thing looks good. I installed it, and even tried to knick it to see if the paint would come off. Nope. I definitely would recommend this to any diy-er. It's a great product at a great price, and the durability so far has been extremely good. I have had it on for about two months now and it still looks great. I don't even clean it, to be honest lol.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 8, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Great coverage, easy to use, and looks OE. Impressed!;;Tommy Lee;;;I used this product in conjunction with an appropriate primer and clearcoat, all from VHT, to paint my car's brake calipers bright glossy red. step 1) remove brake dust, grease, and rust using a brake caliper cleaning agent of some kind. Also use a wire brush if you can. step 2) Sand your calipers using 320-grit sandpaper. Really rough them up. Then use some more brake cleaner. step 3) Mask off your car's corner body panels, the wheel wells, the struts and hoses, and finally, the brake rotors. Take the time to mask the bleed valves on the calipers too. step 4) Apply primer to the caliper in a very light, speckled coat, then move to the next caliper until you've applied a coat to all 4. Do this 4 times, gradually getting heavier, but avoid letting the paint run (it's okay if it happens in the primer). Try to do this as quickly as possible. step 5) Apply your base color (THIS PRODUCT) using the same method as in step 4: light coats multiple times. I suggest a sweeping method, rather than just spraying hard. Do NOT allow the base color to run. step 6) Apply a clear coat using the same method as in steps 4 and 5, but be careful not to overdo it. Clear coats can run more easily than base colors. The paint should be looking thick and glossy by this time. step 7) Wait an hour. Drink a beer or something. step 8) Remove your masking. Gaze upon your new calipers. Then, use some brake cleaner to remove any overspray from the brake rotors or undercarriage areas. Do NOT use brake cleaner to clean body panels, as it will probably remove the paint. step 9) put your wheels back on. wait a few more hours. THEN drive your car pretty hard, making sure to go fast, and brake hard. This will heat your brakes up. The paint needs to cure at 200ºF, which means you need to drive and brake repeatedly. Don't go too nuts. That's it! All finished.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 12, 2013;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Works great. Don't forget to clean and undercoat!;;Stephen Mahanes;;;Looks just like the European/German car's Brembo yellow color. How do i know? Because i refinished my Brembo's using this exact paint! Perparation is key! This stuff is best suited to stick on bare metal, but previous powdercoat is just fine as long as its sanded and cleaned correctly. Color coverage is excellent and doesn't require any sort of primer to cover properly. Three coats is all you really need! Be sure to follow the instructions carefully!!! Its best to use a clearcoat so that the color doesn't absorb brake dust, making it look tacky and ricey, i personally used a professional 2k (2 part) clearcoat on my calipers in combination with this paint, its available in a spray can with a button on the bottom side here on amazon for around 22 dollars and gives an amazing gloss. 2k clear is chemical resistant and can handle quite a bit of heat, track days where high temps occur will absolutley destroy that 2k clear however, so use at your own risk. Pros- -Color is very close to Brembo yellow -it doesn't need a primer underneath -spray pattern is excellent and wide -Chemical resistant -affordable Con- -this paint without some sort of clear coat will absorb brake dust and fade to a brake dusty color -paint is only chemical resistant when baked to proper temperature for 1 hour, and withn 7 days of initial application (hard braking may cure it to be resistant, but an oven bake is best suited);;Reviewed in the United States on February 23, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Color is beautiful! Spray pattern is wide and covers nicely;;Chocolate Marbel;;;This stuff is awesome! Sprays on really well, the coverage is good and the color is FANTASTIC!! Only time will tell how it holds up but so far, I'd highly recommend this brand of Hi Temp Caliper paint.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 17, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Really great product!;;Alfred T.

Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Tommy Lee - Reviewed in the United States on May 8, 2018
Great coverage, easy to use, and looks OE. Impressed!
I really like VHT products. Prior to seeing my friend use this on his Audi R8, I was quite skeptical of spray cans. I prefer to powder coat the calipers, or use G2 paint kits because of their heat proof coatings. Well, seeing is believing. When I saw how great my buddy's calipers came out, I knew that was it. The color was good, and light-medium coats settled real nicely. It was so smooth; almost like factory! Needless to say, I was impressed. However; for my own Honda Fit, I wasn't too sure how it would come out. The Brembo calipers on higher end cars are smooth as silk and a great platform to start with. I don't have those though. My Honda calipers are roughly textured steel pieces. But hey, what the heck? Worst comes to worst, it just looks like a cheapo Honda caliper. Bought one gold can. There's enough to spray two calipers, with extra to spare. My DIY process went something like this: - Cleaned my brand-used DC2 ITR calipers with brake cleaner - Masked off the piston and other delicate areas - Hit it once with a light coat, wait a few minutes for it to dry - Proceed to do two light coats, with a few minutes in between so that it could dry - After that I laid a nice, thick coat and waited for another 5 minutes before I hit it with the last medium coat - Once the paint dried and settled on the surface, I proceeded to let it dry overnight Damn, this thing looks good. I installed it, and even tried to knick it to see if the paint would come off. Nope. I definitely would recommend this to any diy-er. It's a great product at a great price, and the durability so far has been extremely good. I have had it on for about two months now and it still looks great. I don't even clean it, to be honest lol.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Stephen Mahanes - Reviewed in the United States on May 12, 2013
Works great. Don't forget to clean and undercoat!
I used this product in conjunction with an appropriate primer and clearcoat, all from VHT, to paint my car's brake calipers bright glossy red. step 1) remove brake dust, grease, and rust using a brake caliper cleaning agent of some kind. Also use a wire brush if you can. step 2) Sand your calipers using 320-grit sandpaper. Really rough them up. Then use some more brake cleaner. step 3) Mask off your car's corner body panels, the wheel wells, the struts and hoses, and finally, the brake rotors. Take the time to mask the bleed valves on the calipers too. step 4) Apply primer to the caliper in a very light, speckled coat, then move to the next caliper until you've applied a coat to all 4. Do this 4 times, gradually getting heavier, but avoid letting the paint run (it's okay if it happens in the primer). Try to do this as quickly as possible. step 5) Apply your base color (THIS PRODUCT) using the same method as in step 4: light coats multiple times. I suggest a sweeping method, rather than just spraying hard. Do NOT allow the base color to run. step 6) Apply a clear coat using the same method as in steps 4 and 5, but be careful not to overdo it. Clear coats can run more easily than base colors. The paint should be looking thick and glossy by this time. step 7) Wait an hour. Drink a beer or something. step 8) Remove your masking. Gaze upon your new calipers. Then, use some brake cleaner to remove any overspray from the brake rotors or undercarriage areas. Do NOT use brake cleaner to clean body panels, as it will probably remove the paint. step 9) put your wheels back on. wait a few more hours. THEN drive your car pretty hard, making sure to go fast, and brake hard. This will heat your brakes up. The paint needs to cure at 200ºF, which means you need to drive and brake repeatedly. Don't go too nuts. That's it! All finished.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Chocolate Marbel - Reviewed in the United States on February 23, 2018
Color is beautiful! Spray pattern is wide and covers nicely
Looks just like the European/German car's Brembo yellow color. How do i know? Because i refinished my Brembo's using this exact paint! Perparation is key! This stuff is best suited to stick on bare metal, but previous powdercoat is just fine as long as its sanded and cleaned correctly. Color coverage is excellent and doesn't require any sort of primer to cover properly. Three coats is all you really need! Be sure to follow the instructions carefully!!! Its best to use a clearcoat so that the color doesn't absorb brake dust, making it look tacky and ricey, i personally used a professional 2k (2 part) clearcoat on my calipers in combination with this paint, its available in a spray can with a button on the bottom side here on amazon for around 22 dollars and gives an amazing gloss. 2k clear is chemical resistant and can handle quite a bit of heat, track days where high temps occur will absolutley destroy that 2k clear however, so use at your own risk. Pros- -Color is very close to Brembo yellow -it doesn't need a primer underneath -spray pattern is excellent and wide -Chemical resistant -affordable Con- -this paint without some sort of clear coat will absorb brake dust and fade to a brake dusty color -paint is only chemical resistant when baked to proper temperature for 1 hour, and withn 7 days of initial application (hard braking may cure it to be resistant, but an oven bake is best suited)

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Alfred T. - Reviewed in the United States on November 17, 2016
Really great product!
This stuff is awesome! Sprays on really well, the coverage is good and the color is FANTASTIC!! Only time will tell how it holds up but so far, I'd highly recommend this brand of Hi Temp Caliper paint.

Top Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Tommy Lee - Reviewed in the United States on May 8, 2018
Great coverage, easy to use, and looks OE. Impressed!
I really like VHT products. Prior to seeing my friend use this on his Audi R8, I was quite skeptical of spray cans. I prefer to powder coat the calipers, or use G2 paint kits because of their heat proof coatings. Well, seeing is believing. When I saw how great my buddy's calipers came out, I knew that was it. The color was good, and light-medium coats settled real nicely. It was so smooth; almost like factory! Needless to say, I was impressed. However; for my own Honda Fit, I wasn't too sure how it would come out. The Brembo calipers on higher end cars are smooth as silk and a great platform to start with. I don't have those though. My Honda calipers are roughly textured steel pieces. But hey, what the heck? Worst comes to worst, it just looks like a cheapo Honda caliper. Bought one gold can. There's enough to spray two calipers, with extra to spare. My DIY process went something like this: - Cleaned my brand-used DC2 ITR calipers with brake cleaner - Masked off the piston and other delicate areas - Hit it once with a light coat, wait a few minutes for it to dry - Proceed to do two light coats, with a few minutes in between so that it could dry - After that I laid a nice, thick coat and waited for another 5 minutes before I hit it with the last medium coat - Once the paint dried and settled on the surface, I proceeded to let it dry overnight Damn, this thing looks good. I installed it, and even tried to knick it to see if the paint would come off. Nope. I definitely would recommend this to any diy-er. It's a great product at a great price, and the durability so far has been extremely good. I have had it on for about two months now and it still looks great. I don't even clean it, to be honest lol.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Stephen Mahanes - Reviewed in the United States on May 12, 2013
Works great. Don't forget to clean and undercoat!
I used this product in conjunction with an appropriate primer and clearcoat, all from VHT, to paint my car's brake calipers bright glossy red. step 1) remove brake dust, grease, and rust using a brake caliper cleaning agent of some kind. Also use a wire brush if you can. step 2) Sand your calipers using 320-grit sandpaper. Really rough them up. Then use some more brake cleaner. step 3) Mask off your car's corner body panels, the wheel wells, the struts and hoses, and finally, the brake rotors. Take the time to mask the bleed valves on the calipers too. step 4) Apply primer to the caliper in a very light, speckled coat, then move to the next caliper until you've applied a coat to all 4. Do this 4 times, gradually getting heavier, but avoid letting the paint run (it's okay if it happens in the primer). Try to do this as quickly as possible. step 5) Apply your base color (THIS PRODUCT) using the same method as in step 4: light coats multiple times. I suggest a sweeping method, rather than just spraying hard. Do NOT allow the base color to run. step 6) Apply a clear coat using the same method as in steps 4 and 5, but be careful not to overdo it. Clear coats can run more easily than base colors. The paint should be looking thick and glossy by this time. step 7) Wait an hour. Drink a beer or something. step 8) Remove your masking. Gaze upon your new calipers. Then, use some brake cleaner to remove any overspray from the brake rotors or undercarriage areas. Do NOT use brake cleaner to clean body panels, as it will probably remove the paint. step 9) put your wheels back on. wait a few more hours. THEN drive your car pretty hard, making sure to go fast, and brake hard. This will heat your brakes up. The paint needs to cure at 200ºF, which means you need to drive and brake repeatedly. Don't go too nuts. That's it! All finished.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Chocolate Marbel - Reviewed in the United States on February 23, 2018
Color is beautiful! Spray pattern is wide and covers nicely
Looks just like the European/German car's Brembo yellow color. How do i know? Because i refinished my Brembo's using this exact paint! Perparation is key! This stuff is best suited to stick on bare metal, but previous powdercoat is just fine as long as its sanded and cleaned correctly. Color coverage is excellent and doesn't require any sort of primer to cover properly. Three coats is all you really need! Be sure to follow the instructions carefully!!! Its best to use a clearcoat so that the color doesn't absorb brake dust, making it look tacky and ricey, i personally used a professional 2k (2 part) clearcoat on my calipers in combination with this paint, its available in a spray can with a button on the bottom side here on amazon for around 22 dollars and gives an amazing gloss. 2k clear is chemical resistant and can handle quite a bit of heat, track days where high temps occur will absolutley destroy that 2k clear however, so use at your own risk. Pros- -Color is very close to Brembo yellow -it doesn't need a primer underneath -spray pattern is excellent and wide -Chemical resistant -affordable Con- -this paint without some sort of clear coat will absorb brake dust and fade to a brake dusty color -paint is only chemical resistant when baked to proper temperature for 1 hour, and withn 7 days of initial application (hard braking may cure it to be resistant, but an oven bake is best suited)

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Alfred T. - Reviewed in the United States on November 17, 2016
Really great product!
This stuff is awesome! Sprays on really well, the coverage is good and the color is FANTASTIC!! Only time will tell how it holds up but so far, I'd highly recommend this brand of Hi Temp Caliper paint.