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Thread: Brake Pedal Feel Issue

  1. #251
    Join Date
    Jan 2009
    Location
    Montreal, Qc, Canada
    Posts
    382
    My Cars
    E46 330 ZHP, E36 328i
    Getho style fix.
    It means I have to move my seat back one inch... Hope the picture gets attached !

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    Last edited by Franky goes; 05-26-2013 at 03:43 PM. Reason: Picture did not attach

  2. #252
    Join Date
    Oct 2016
    Location
    Orland Park, IL
    Posts
    2
    My Cars
    1995 BMW 325is
    Sorry for the revive here but I'm having the same issue as well so I thank you guys for your time figuring out a solution years ago. I'm only curious since I just put a new oem booster and master with new everything else, has anyone actually figured why some E36s do this and others don't? I'm fully prepared to go boosterless but as a tech I'm just stumped as to the why this is an issue and don't want to go boosterless to still have the same issue..

  3. #253
    Join Date
    Sep 2006
    Location
    Toronto, Canada
    Posts
    221
    My Cars
    2008 535i
    I had that issue on my 1998 328i. Went unboosted. Even tried different masters, different locations and pedal ratios. Ultimately went back to boosted (M3 master, stock booster, Hawk pads (DTC-60 I think), Zimmerman rotors, brass guides) BUT i switched the fluid to Endless RF-650. Previously I ran everything from stock, to some blue can stuff, to RBF. This was a steetable car, used only on the track, so no matter how much I bled, I couldn't get it right. Switched to the Endless fluid and ran an entire season (16 full track days) without bleeding and a pretty firm pedal. I flipped that car for a 1996 328i fully track prepped car. It came with a slightly soft pedal and a StopTech BBK. Flushed out the fluid, installed a much needed bias valve (car was too light in the rear and locking up) topped it up with Endless and now bleed once a season. Just did a full bleed, new pads and rotors today. In this car there is still a bit of movement at the top, but the brake pedal sits slightly above the throttle when I press it - perfect for heel/toe on track. Never cook the fluid. Both cars also had brake ducts. Hope that insight helps. I swear by that fluid but it isn't cheap.
    2004 X5 4.4, 01/2004 production, 285,000km
    1998 328i, track car, ~300,000km
    2008 535i, 205,000km


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