Brake calipers play a crucial role in ensuring your vehicle’s safety and performance. As part of the disc brake system, they apply pressure to the brake pads, which then press against the brake rotors to slow down or stop your vehicle. Over time, calipers can wear out or become damaged, which can lead to several problems and safety concerns. If you notice brake fluid leaks, sticking calipers, worn or damaged caliper pistons, or uneven brake pad wear it may be time to replace your brake caliper.
Upgrading to coated brake calipers can offer several benefits. Coatings such as powder coating, high-temperature paint, anodizing, or electroplating can improve corrosion resistance, heat tolerance, and the overall appearance of your vehicle. By investing in coated calipers, you can prolong their service life, reduce maintenance costs, and even enhance your car’s visual appeal. At NAPA, we are serious about producing the highest quality brake calipers that fit and function like an OE unit.