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Hi,
Wondering if anyone has used the VHT caliper paint on there rotors.
I painted the top hat's of my new rotors before they go on and the VHT web site recommends curing them
for 1 hour at 200F. Has anyone done this process with any success ?


Just got permission from the wife to try this in our oven . what do I have to lose , except for maybe a stinky kitchen
 

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Haven't tried it, but I thought of maybe lining a cardboard box with tinfoil and let it sit in the sun for a couple of hours instead? If you get a hot day it wouldn't be much different than in an oven at 200 degrees.
 

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Well I tried it
worked fine, very little odour waiting for them to cool down to see the effect
mind you I could only do 2 at a time
 

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Well I tried it
worked fine, very little odour waiting for them to cool down to see the effect
mind you I could only do 2 at a time
Good to know :smile:
 

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I painted my calipers with VHT primer, paint and clear. I just used a heat gun on them for 10 min after the final clear coat and then let them cool. Seemed to work as they've held up for the past week.

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