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This is a discussion on Brake Pedal Feel within the Suspension & Wheels forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Just wondering if there was a way to improve brake pedal feel, possibly a screw or nut adjustment? Thanks in ...

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    Brake Pedal Feel

    Just wondering if there was a way to improve brake pedal feel, possibly a screw or nut adjustment? Thanks in advance.
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    A master cylinder brace and braided SS lines will help with feel..

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    Shouldve reworded, I was wondering if there was a way to decrease brake pedal travel.
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    New pads, master cylinder brace, ss lines, and good fluid. It will bite harder faster since there won't be as much play in the system.

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    Any word on ATE Suberblue with stoptech pads?
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    Both are decent. Hawk HPS pads are good too.

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    I run the Stoptech street pads. the last set lasted 30,000 miles being driven pretty hard. initial cold bite is noticeably less than when warm but I only notice it when first pulling out of the driveway then never again. Much better than my friends 03 with stock pads.

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    Either a larger bore MC or a smaller bore set of calipers.

    Firewall flex and hose swelling aside (not much on today's cars) the stroke is relative to the fluid displacement. A larger bore will move more for less stroke or a smaller amount of piston area will require less travel.

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