Thread: Brakes
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Old 10-28-2017, 12:39 PM   #241
Charlie-III
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1998 Legacy 2.5GT
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Originally Posted by gs300cky View Post
Any recommendations on why my 09 wrx is horrible at stopping? I have almost brand new pads, I just had the rotors resurfaced and yet it feels like a damn tank when I slow down.
I get better braking from my Saturn and Altima sadly. Or do I just need to upgrade the brake system all around, I.e ss lines, calipers etc etc
Not sure all the brake work done.
There is a bedding process for new pads.
Maybe they opened a line (no clue why) and you have air in it.
Could be seized caliper pins or pistons, usually this make it pull to one side (the side that is working).

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Originally Posted by exist View Post
Titanium brake pad shims + aggressive compound. To take all from the new pad you have to make bedding procedure correctly . Only smooth "burnishing" layer would help you to take all from your brake pad set.
Bedding is good.
The rest is more for max braking like track days, shouldn't be needed for a DD.
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