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This is a discussion on braking problem within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; So the brakes were fine. but I wanted to put on the drilled and slotted rotors, so I did all ...

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    braking problem

    So the brakes were fine. but I wanted to put on the drilled and slotted rotors, so I did all 4 corners. Now Its a bit strange...
    \ it feels like the fronts are gripping too much and the rears not enough, when you hit the brakes the nose goes down and its a bit easy to lock em up. the rears are a bit noisy too even when not braking... not too sure what to check here, any suggestions?

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    What brand rotors? Did you bed them after installation?

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    ebay from r1concepts yes I bed them in.... when i did thats when i first noticed the car didnt brake evenly. today it seems much better.... maybee they just needed a bit more.

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