Bentley Brake Caliper Refurbishment and Painting

When you own a Bentley, you want every single aspect to look perfect. All too often, expensive alloy wheels are tarnished by visually-flawed brake calipers which can affect the whole look of the vehicle. In order to ensure your calipers fit in with the sleek look of the rest of your Bentley, why not choose from a huge range of bespoke colours and finishes?

What do brake calipers do?

Brake calipers play a vital role in your ability to slow or stop your vehicle at speed. Each caliper works by applying pressure to the brake pads, forcing the pads against the disc. This, in turn, creates the high level of resistance required to slow your Bentley’s wheels down.

How do you know when they are worn?

Symptoms of worn calipers include squeaking sounds and jerking sensations when braking. They do tend to wear over time through general use, however lower-quality ones will wear much faster. This is why, here at Bentley Conversions, we only use highest quality calipers to ensure you get the most out of them.

What does refurbishment entail?

Refurbishment entails the braking system being drained before the calipers are removed. The calipers are then stripped and blasted to remove the old colour, before being refinished to your preference. We offer a wide range of finishes and colours, including single and dual colour finishes, with the option of highlighted Bentley name plates for an even more stylish appearance.

While your calipers are being refurbed, it is the ideal time to renew your brake pads (at no extra labour cost!). Once the caliper refit is done, the braking system is road-tested and a system reset is carried out if required. What’s more, we also offer a caliper refurbishment by postal service, which saves you time and effort when it comes to modifying your Bentley.

If you would like to find out more about the repairs, modifications and conversions we offer here at Bentley Conversions in Essex, get in touch with us today on 020 8500 9228.

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