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Subaru GC8/GF8 and GD 4-pot and 2-pot brake caliper decals
These are high quality cast vinyl brake decals for the range of 4pot and 2pot calipers manufactured by Subaru and seen on GC8/GF8 Impreza WRX and GD WRX models.
These utilise a quality cast material that has a high temperature tolerance not cheapo from suspect websites, even high abuse on track these will stand up well, and will last years with good care.
There are a couple of options, first we have the raised front 4pots seen on the GC8/GF8:
Then we have the flat face set, that is for the smooth face versions of the 4 pots seen on the later GD models:
All 4 calipers are covered in the sets, but the rears are all flat face, just choose what combo you have and colour choice, the 2 pot rearsare as below:
The raised versions of the 4 pot calipers haveembossed 3Dlettering that can be hard to apply decals too, ours come with a transparant application film, you can apply these decals and apply heat and a soft pressure to mold them on, but if you do intend to paint the lettering then you can use our masking template, which is available in the cast or the masking film, the cast is very sticky and high tack, the film is very low tack, depends on your approach to removal, some painters desire the masking film and remove when wet, others prefer to pull the film when the paint is fully dry and with some heat can lift the film and pick it away, consult a painter for better info.
With the masking template, you carefully apply this to fresh paintafter you havethoroughly cleaned and prepared the caliper surface for the lettering paint, then apply paper around the sticky edges of the template to mask off the rest of the caliper and surrounding areas. Paint with gentle strokes of spray paint and carefully pick off the template once paint is tack dry, if you wait till it is too dry you may lift the paint from the surface or fracture the edge of the paint and it's application to thecaliper. Sometimes you may need to run a sharp knife around to ensure your paint remains intact.
Many thanks to few of our customers for these amazing pics, these are amazing examples of what your calipers can turn out like!