you got rid of the wheel lock and calipers painted red?
still wrong but really really close....in a way....correct in I have a cayman and and not an "S"....and the calipers are painted...just not red.....they are powder coated and a spot-on match for my interior color....you can thank the iphone again for the crappy picture.OK I cheated a bit and looked at your profile. It shows that you have a "Cayman", not a "S". Unless there is a typo, your calipers shouldn't be red!
now that is funny :hilarious:>>>can you tell what I got for Christmas ?
A sense of humor.
You have done nothing to the car but revel in watching a gagle of anal retentive Cayman nuts intently analyzing the photo?
calipers were completely removed, cleaned and prepped, then powered coated for really great results, placed back on the cayman and bleed the system....my only regret is that I didn't buck up and get the bigger brakes then go ahead and get them powder coated...but these brakes work just fine for meDammit,
Now did you remove all 4 calipers and sent them out to paint or did you do them on the car?
I did notice this as well BUT I noticed this happened almost immediately after cleaning my wheels with ps2 cleaner - so I stopped using the product - works great for the wheels but not the calibersInteresting. There's another thread going on about the black Cayman calipers fading to silver over time, were yours heading in that direction?
Any theories on why this would happen since you were able to examine the calipers close up?