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Hard brake pedal when wet/rain out side?

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    Hard brake pedal when wet/rain out side?

    I have a 200 Z28, and when it is raining out side, it seems like the brake pedal is harder to press down. still seems to stop ok. Just wondering if this is a problem

    Thanks, jason
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    Not a problem just a glaze that gets on the rotors. I wouldnt worry about it just keep it in mind when braking in rain.
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    Are your brake pads completely solid or is there a vertical dividing line cut in the center of the pad material? I've found the pads with that division do far better in the rain.

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    I'd never heard of an improvement in the rain before but it makes sense. I've grooved pads my self with a cut-off tool-either a straight line or getting creative with an angled or X line(s). Try a little sandpaper on the rotors to break up a glaze if they are still relatively flat. Otherwise have them turned if they are excessively grooved, to give them a new surface.

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