Compressed air where the brake hose connects. Stick a block of wood in the center of the caliper so that if 1 piston comes out faster than the others it prevents it from popping out before the others. Once all the pistons are pushing on the block of wood take out the block, then take a pick and gently pop the dust boots off, then take a pair of needle nose pliers and stick them in the channel of the piston and then rock the piston back and forth till it pops out. You might have to use a little bit of muscle so be careful. If you can have a friend hold the caliper or have a big vise it makes it easier.Good stuff. I have to rebuild my calipers soon as well. Never done it before, how'd you get the pistons out initially?
You'll like the RB. Paired very well with the sway bar upgrades.
Think I missed something, Why's it getting resprayed again?