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    Quote Originally Posted by drewlad160387 View Post
    i mate thats spot on bud you dont messa round shopping do ypou lol ide ive been out for hours wandering around the3 car section then called into halfords and b nq befor home hahaha always been the same i like to see whats about
    Nah I would normally take forever doing this but my car needs new calipers as I already have red calipers and the two fronts are had it! I need them to be red all round and I need to ring a machnic up and get them fitted when they dry...

    should be 15mins after each coat.... says that one the can

    Its a very bright red at the moment spraying it on now.... I'll go take a picture....

    Oh if you take a look at my project - Link on my SIG just updated
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    get yourself a self bleeding kit and fit them yourself mate its easier than your think. remove old fit ned fill resovoir put self bleeding kit on the bleed nipple. press the brake a few times. top up resovoir and repeat making sure you get all the air bubles out. tighhten nipple and wala job done ill hunt a pic of the neons to give you a giggle lol
     
     

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    you should see them under uv lights hahahaa bright as hell
     
     

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