Maybe you need to go to the gym? :>Do they take a while to break in? I have 2500 miles on my subie and it takes wayyyyy to long to stop.
Everything else is great besides the fact that I'm an idiot and bought a black exterior/white interior and already have a dozen visible scratches.
Black is an unforgiving color. It shows every gain of dust and blemish. Properly cared for, black is stunning. Treated like an everyday finish, it will soon show damage. I had a black car, never again.
Never buy black in hot climates.
Aftermarket rotors that were wholesale, about $30 apiece. The pads were also aftermarket, Warner Ceramic Laser Pads - I think it was these:^^^^^ good post, bedding-in can be critical for some pad materials I think.
what rotors and pads if I may ask?
also, did you use a power bleeder or vacuum? how did you flush/bleed the system?
did it matter which corner you start with or the order to proceed?I bled the system by keeping the master cylinder full and having my wife slowly pump the brakes while I was controlling the bleeder valves. I did it according to the one-year subscription to an online Shop Manual at ALLDATAdiy.com Leading Source of Factory Automotive Repair Information
I kept going around and around until all the fluid was coming the same color as what I had filled the master cylinder with.