***PRICE IS PER PAIR. SEND IN YOUR CALIPERS FOR OUR WORLD CLASS RESTORATION SERVICE!***
- Complete disassembly to bare core.
- Removal of stuck or frozen (probably rusted) pistons.
- De-anodizing and polishing of caliper cores.
- Masking knock back pins.
- Re-sealing caliper cores with proper dichromate finish.
- Replating of all fasteners and crossover lines.
- Vibratory polishing of pistons (you'll probably need new pistons).
- Cleaning and recoating piston tops.
- New factory ATE seals and dust covers throughout.
- Reassembly with pistons in proper position.
AN IMPORTANT NOTE REGARDING FILIFORM CORROSION AND YOUR S-CALIPERS
Filiform corrosion is a special form of corrosion that occurs under older anodized coatings in the form of randomly distributed threadlike filaments. Filiform corrosion is also known as "underfilm Corrosion" or "filamentary corrosion". WE DO NOT CAUSE FILIFORM CORROSION (so we are not responsible for it's consequences). This type of corrosion only affects the calipers functionality if it is in the bore seal or the fluid inlet cover. We can "attempt" a repair using a special high temperature epoxy to fill and repair the corrosion (no, it's not JB Weld). The fluid inlet is the easiest repair. Once it gets inside the piston bore it can be a game changer (see red arrows). While we can fill and machine that surface back, it can be a 50:50 shot and... a new caliper may be in order. Below is a classic example of bad filiform corrosion in the piston bore.
ANOTHER IMPORTANT NOTE: Due to dissimilar metals, the ATE factory plated the pistons in the famous S-Caliper. Excellent idea, however nearly all of the restorations we've seen need new pistons because this plating flakes around the bore seal. We've developed our proprietary "DuroAno" aluminum pistons to complete your S-Caliper restoration. You'll never have to worry about this issue again.
Be sure to check our excellent prices for rotors and pads.
PLEASE DO NOT SEND IN YOUR BANJO FITTINGS, PINS, SPRINGS, OR MOUNTING HARDWARE. WE NO LONGER HAVE THE ABILITY TO HANDLE YOUR HARDWARE AND/OR YOUR EXTRA FASTENERS. We cannot guarantee the integrity of old mounting fasteners and pad kits. Regarding mounting fasteners, we recommend you purchase these items "new" vs. using old fasteners. Regarding pad kits, again, we recommend purchasing new pad kits (springs and pins) and the spring tension in your old kits can be out of spec due to years of heat cycling.