Cleaning up the fenderwells and putting on cross drilled and slotted rotors

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THe painting looks good! I did the same thing, and the entire undercarage of my car.

You might not think it, but painting your gas tank is a huge visual improvement also. I hate looking at a clean car, then seeing a dirty gas tank.
 

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That looks great!! wow!

Not to pirate, but Scarface, what did you use to paint your gas tank...and what color did you go with, did you just paint it black like the original? I've seen some done in silver and it looks incredible
 

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thats my biggest pet peeve, clean car and a dirty gas tank.

i wash my gas tank every time i wash my car
 
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I just washed the gas tank REALLY well, And painted it flat black. I may have primer on the outside of my car, but I have hell of a good paintjob on the suspension and undercarrage of my car :)
 

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Dalamar said:
Yes that's a better definition.

Letting the gas out, keeps the heat down.
it also helps in the cooling of the rotor area.
I didn't explain it very well. Good info ryclef!

Do they call that brake fade when the gas get's trapped on a solid rotor?



anyway, don't sweat the hype
I'd recommend the Baer rotors.
this is true but you have less rotor in contact with the pads.
 

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