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Brembo Calipers

vikings138

Union Boss LS 211
15
1
NY
My 2012 LS's Brembo's were faded to a white color it really bothered me. My LS has not been raced,in fact I just had the trackey programed. I told my Ford dealer that i was not happy and wanted them replaced under waranty. After some back and forth with Ford Racing and Ford my service manager got it done! Brand new calipers that look great, and the way they should! My guy really really went to bat for me. They did not want to do it but he insisted. Basiclly he told them we pay a lot of money for these cars and they should back us up when it comes to stuff like this and do what is right. They did! Thank you Joe and a drive behind the wheel of my LS is in order. With me of course, I'm not that greatful.
 
Good deal. If you do track your car they will fade again but that's ok as long as you're having fun.
 

vikings138

Union Boss LS 211
15
1
NY
You know one thing I thought was interesting is a Ford Racing Rep told my service guy that they never heard of the Brembo's fading. How can that be true? In fact my guy told them if they never heard of it then they had to replace mine because they must be flawed. Anyway I'm happy.
 
I had a proud set of Brownbos on mine ;D


Interesting that they did it, as it took me 8 months to get a leaking caliper replaced. Next time it happens, I'm going take steel wool to the calipers then have them replace them because of the faded paint instead.
 

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