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Old 10-27-2011, 04:25 PM   #1
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Default SN95 with Cobra front brakes

I did the upgrade awhile ago. Its not stopping hard. ABS does not kick on and the tires do not lock up or skid. the car slows down, but not quick enough. Do i need to put a proportioning valve in? no abs/brake light. i had a bad rear wheel speed sensor but i fixed it. Ideas?
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bleed your brakes, make sure the pads aren't glazed, and the caliper isn't getting caught on the caliper pins. I had an issue with my car where the pins had small grooves worn in them and the outboard pad was getting caught in it.
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