In this process, the calipers come off the car, which entails removing the brake lines. When brake lines are removed, the brake fluid comes out from the brake lines, which requires a top-off of brake fluid after the calipers and lines are re-installed. Once we have the calipers off, we remove all bleeder valves, pistons, and seals. With everything out of the caliper, the only thing remaining is the caliper housing itself (pure metal). We then put the caliper in a closed cabinet and sandblast it to remove any factory finish, dirt, and grime. The caliper is then brought over to a rack where they will hang from a metal wire, and the powder is sprayed onto the calipers. With all calipers entirely covered in powder, the entire rack is moved into a large oven where your calipers will reach heights of 400 degrees Fahrenheit. They will sit in there for about 10-20 minutes for the powder coat to cure. Once the timer’s up, your calipers will cool down and then immediately go to a workbench to get reassembled with fresh seals. They are then brought back to the car, bolted back up, and torqued to spec. Lastly, we re-attach the brake lines and perform a brake bleed procedure to get any air out of the brake lines so your brake pedal is just as firm as it was when you brought it in. With the brake bleeding done, we top off your brake fluid reservoir, and you are good to take your car home!
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