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To get the maximum performance from those new brakes you should flush the entire system not just bleed it. The process is the same. You just need a little more fluid.
 

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if you did not disconnect your brake line, air would not get in there. Unless you let the caliper hang from the line and cracked it. Make sure you have no leaks in your hoses.
 

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so flush the whole system and buy some brake fluid.
i would like to get the maximum performance from these new crossed drilled rotors and performance brake pads (low dust yes. i got white rims).

thanks people
i let you know how it goes and ill post some pics.
 

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If you get new brake fluid, use DOT-4 if you drive ur car hard at all....it has a higher temperature rating before boiling up so it'll last longer and not fade as quick
 

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i did the same job on mine almost a year ago and had no problems what so ever, I'll have to bleed the brakes when I do my
SVT brake swap, my SS lines are waiting for my kit
oh well, hope you get that fixed, i dunno how air got in there though
 
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