New conversion problems
1969 single piston style, lines bleed,booster rod adjusted, new Repop master booster, calipers, hoses. All tight and conected I start the engine or not same result. Press down on pedal brakes go on, let up on pedal brakes drag. remove master from booster with lines still on to check for rod adjustment problem, still drag. I see the caliper pushing and releasing however not enough release. I am thinking the pad caliper and rotor are sandwitched together with little room to return much, as if they are too thick as a set. If I just lightly pry the caliper and push the piston in a fraction rotor spins fine, but when you use the brakes and release, it drags to a point where you need two hands to spin the rotor. Almost as if I put used pads on it would have enough room to retract better. Has anyone run into the pads being so thick there was almost no room to retract on the repop kits? My test drive gave me blue colored rotors after 5 miles or so. I know normal discs have a very light drag no mater what espcialy new , but this is more than that.