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#1 spudnic

  • Joined:21-July 06
  • Car:R32 GTR

Posted 28 March 2009 - 08:20 PM

So a while ago i replaced all my breaks pads and disks, EBC slotted rotors and green stuff pads, as soon as i did they started making a squeezing sounds when ever i put on the break peddel, sounds a little like metal bending or stressing when ever pressure is applied.

what could it be? theres nothign bending at all pads and disks have a shit load of meat left.

#2 Edd-GTR

  • Joined:26-April 05
  • Location:Australia TAS
  • Car:1989 BNR32 GTR

Posted 06 May 2009 - 02:15 PM

Does it sound like the V8's when they are under braking? It's more than likely just the sound of the pads and rotors. I think it is sexual and will be devo if mine doesn't make that sound :lol: :P

#3 spinning_rotary

  • Joined:05-August 07

Posted 24 November 2011 - 12:44 PM

i think this is normal whenever you change brakes. you just need to wear the new pads, and rotors in your case, in. after a while, it should be fine. if not, there's still no harm done to the system, in my opinion. it's just hard stuffs rubbing against one another to generate your braking force.

#4 nammmy1

  • Joined:30-September 11
  • Location:Australia QLD
  • Car:BNR32

Posted 25 November 2011 - 04:51 PM

Do some hard braking it should get rid of the noise if its auto people tend to ride the brakes and it glazes the pads.

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