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Probably the easiest way is to see if all black versions were made and if any available.
Otherwise it is suitable paint or similar
 

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You might be able to use a sticky back vinyl 'wrap' material.... like they use for exteriors or roof and mirror details. A dark grey might match the other plastics, or carbon fibre look?

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Water transfer or hydrographics is often used to put a top coat on parts.
Water Transfer Printing Hydrographics Applying Printed Designs To Three-Dimensional Objects - YouTube
You could probably find someone in your area or look at a DIY as some you tube vids seem to show.
But would need to get the silver parts off or mask the bits you want to keep black.
I love the process though, seems like magic the way it applies.
This with paint
How To Hydro Dip ANYTHING! TKOR Guide To Spray Paint Hydrographics and Hydrodipping DIY - YouTube
This with film
How To Hydro Dip For Beginners 2.0 - YouTube
 
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