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Power Stop k5577-36 brakes

Discussion in '3rd Gen - 2007 - 2017' started by grdsman, Jul 10, 2020.

  1. 07navi

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    Probably because they aren't ceramic.
     
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    Grdsman, My rotors also had Front drivers side on both rotors but based on how the slots ran it ended up just being mismarked. I just put mine on today. I verified by checking online that they were good to go.
     
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    And a 9 mm.
     
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    Yeah, I had hoped that they were mislabeled, but the slots ran the same direction on both rotors. They sent me the correct rotor and I’m good to go.


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    I ended up "pressing" the bushings in with this setup and it worked great. The head of the bolt was on the plastic insert in the bushing.

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    I don't know what the heck is going on, but my brake pedal drops to the floor after swapping on these brakes. I've bled the system countless times, including while cycling the ABS pump with a Snap-On scanner and I just can't get good pedal pressure. Is there a chance that I killed a seal on a caliper or the MC when I pushed the caliper pistons back in? I'm not seeing any leaks or fluid drop.
     

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