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Apr 13, 5:46pm - #442009 
Please help! New brakes installed and unable to stop!

hey guys, so i just installed new rotors and axxis brake pads. i had to loosen the bleeder plug to depress the piston. i made about 20 runs, and everytime i tried to stop i wasn't able to. i almost caused an accident as my brakes didn't work. i used the install guide in installs section and did exactly it stated. what should i do, or what could it be. can the brake lines get air in it, just by loosening the bleeder plug? plz, help fast!

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Apr 13, 5:50pm - #442010 
did you add more brake fluid?

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Apr 13, 6:13pm - #442011 
yes. i filled it back up to the max line

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Apr 13, 6:43pm - #442012 
do i have to bleed the brakes to get the air out after changing brake pads?

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Apr 13, 7:58pm - #442013 
yes, you need to bleed the brakes if you opened the bleeder valve and just closed it without bleeding..

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Apr 13, 9:01pm - #442014 
how did you end up stopping, did you just come to a rolling stop?


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Apr 13, 9:06pm - #442015 
Originally Posted by wiredthief
how did you end up stopping, did you just come to a rolling stop?


maybe the emergency brakes.

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Apr 13, 9:40pm - #442016 
ok thnx guys. that was easy took me two minutes to bleed the brakes. new brakes work great with the new cross/drilled slotted rotors. total cost $135. saved so much money. thnx.

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Apr 13, 10:02pm - #442017 
hahahaha... this thread is funny...

good thing you didnt kill anyone.

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