looks like the nub on the end of the cable doesnt sit quite right in the caliper bracket.
am i correct in my observation? or is it a trick on my eyes from the angle of the picture?havent tested it yet..still waiting on a left front hub so that I can finish everything...just throwing what we did out there to get opinions
bled the brakes today..pedal is firm and the e-brake works! it was the angleam i correct in my observation? or is it a trick on my eyes from the angle of the picture?
i tried speed bleeders, but the only thing that would work to make the brakes functional is gravity bleeding. I'd be interested in the 929 master cylinder swap as well if it made shorter pedal travel. the 6 brakes are boss, but you have to get into the pedal a little bit firstBump for awesome info. What about using speed bleeders for the rear calipers? They have a valve in them that won't let air in, only fluid out. I know it's a little late but this thread still has good info for future use.
I'm swapping calipers (F/R) soon too. I've heard a lot of people mention the Mazda 929 master cylinder swap as well. What are the benefits of that? Shorter pedal travel?