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Powder Coating Brake Booster

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Is it possible to powder coat a brake booster without damaging it? I'm concerned about the heat in the baking process. TIA

Phil

1991 E30M3

1970 2002 (future M2)

1958 Isetta 300

1966 Mustang

1999 Land Rover Discovery

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I used Krylon on mine, and it looks just as good as the powdercoating on the bracket and other parts.

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They use a rebuildable booster that is very similar in exterior appearance to the carbed 2002 one. Lots of rubber, foam, other meltable parts inside. 10 full pages of rebuild instructions including references to 2 different special tools. Lots of work!

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