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This is a discussion on 2015 WRX caliper covers within the Exterior & Appearance forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Does anyone know of a set of caliper covers that will fit on stock 2015 wrx wheels,rotors,calipers etc. Also looking ...

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    2015 WRX caliper covers

    Does anyone know of a set of caliper covers that will fit on stock 2015 wrx wheels,rotors,calipers etc. Also looking to get a cool side decal on the lower part of the doors.

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    No. Try ebay.

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    IMO these always look very cheesy and never turn out good. Again it's my opinion so do what you please with your car.

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    I ended up painting mine candy apple red , and they look a lot better !!

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    Would love to see them, could you post a photo?
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    Sure thing .... I think they look a lot better than overlays / clip on's
    It took me and my gf 4 hrs to complete the project


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    No. Just no.

    Caliper covers are super ricey.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zax View Post
    No. Just no.

    Caliper covers are super ricey.

    Have to agree with Zax! I would just save my money and get Brembos.
    If you just had to paint them plasti- dip might have been better, way easier to remove and re do.
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    Plastic dip will peel off with the heat ... The paint is temporary until I get the $ for the brembos ..... The total project cost was less than $25 .... I can't complain at all because they look 100% better than stock ( and if I ever have to remove I have a sand blaster

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    Why Brembos? Pads and fluid and you can go all day for mild track duty.

    STi Brembos aren't even very good anyhow. AP racing or bust
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    I just tossed out Brembo because of quality and performance.
    And they come in red, yellow,black and silver.
    I personally wouldn't draw attention to my calipers or brakes in general.
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    Hopefully this work but if not go to 28:10 ish

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