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How To Apply Brembo Brake and Caliper Stickers

 Hey there Subaru heads! If you’re looking for a way to add some pizzazz to your ride, you’ve surely already considered Brembo brake and caliper stickers. They’re a great way to show off your love for performance and style, while also giving your car an extra pop of color.

If you're nervous about how it will turn out or that it might ruin your ride, don't worry! We have a simple step-by-step guide on how to apply Brembo brake and caliper stickers correctly, so you can impress your fellow gearheads. Let's get to it!


Ready, Set, Sticker

There’s no job well done without tools and materials, so first things first! Let’s gather what you’ll need to get it done, including:

  • A clean rag
  • Some rubbing alcohol
  • A pair of scissors
  • A Brembo brake and caliper sticker set
  • And last but not least, a steady hand



The most important thing is to make sure that the surface of your brake caliper is clean and dry before applying your sticker. You can use soap, but we suggest using a clean rag and rubbing alcohol to clean the brake caliper.

You’ll want to make sure you remove any dirt, grime, or brake dust that may have accumulated on the caliper. This will ensure that the sticker actually sticks properly, without any air bubbles or peeling. You don't want that with ordinary stickers and you definitely don’t want it with custom stickers on your brakes.


Stick to the Plan

Next, take your Brembo brake and caliper sticker set and carefully position the stickers on the brake caliper. This can get a little tricky, so take your time and make sure you’re happy with the placement before you apply any pressure. You may want to hold the stickers in place with a piece of tape to keep them from moving around while you’re positioning them.


Make It Count

Once you’re happy with the position of the stickers, you can start applying them to the brake caliper. Make sure to use gentle pressure and avoid creating any air bubbles. If you do end up with an air bubble, you can use a small needle to poke a hole and smooth it out with your finger.


Sticker Frenzy

If you’re planning on adding multiple Brembo brake and caliper stickers, be sure to keep the placement and spacing consistent. You don’t want your car to look like a mess of misaligned stickers, so step back and take another look or even have a second pair of eyes check it out.


Job Done!

That’s it! You’ve successfully added Brembo brake and caliper stickers to your Subaru. From now on, it will be like riding a bike but remember to take your time, be precise, and enjoy it. Adding brake and caliper stickers is a fun way to show off your love for performance and style, but make sure you do it right if your Subaru is to stand out. Don’t forget to take some photos to show off your handiwork!

If you're just starting your Subaru restoration project and haven't gotten to the point of adding stickers yet, check out our Starter's Guide to Restoring Your Subie for tips on assessing your Subaru's condition, scoring parts and tools, and more.