Originally Posted by TheSylntChamber
Yeah I only bled them once. I guess I will try to rebleed them a couple times and see if it changes. Could it be a air bubble in the new caliper?
If it is then bleeding it should take care of it. although i still think its air that made its way to the master cylinder. All it takes is to not bleed the brakes well enough then the air travels back all the way to the master cylinder and theres no way to get it out with normal bleeding. Ive bled 2 bottles through with my father a master honda tech and it stayed spongy.
what my pops said "either ur master cylinder failed partialy cus its a 2 part system for safety, or u got air in ur lines that made it to the master cylinder. since you just were installing new brakes (i was upgrading to itr calipers) it is deffinately air in the master cylinder"
my dads moto is - whats the problem, whats the last thing you did to the car? thats the problem and he chuckles for effect, alota times hes right. Fukn with ur car is exactly that unless your a highly trained mechanic. even then repairs can cause more trouble than they fix
sry for the novel