1995 GT w/ABS, new stock replacement cobra lines up front with slotted 13" rotors with cobra brake kit (store bought semi-metallic pads). Stock rear.
My complaints are this, feels like it takes a while to stop, can feel some fade, she does dive somewhat hard.
The handbrake doesn't work all that well, however my rotors look alright, and there is plenty of pad. I've planned on changing them out anyways, but it just doesn't feel like they're working as they should.
The pedal is spongy, yet somewhat linear. No ABS warnings
If you didn't want to spend a fortune, what would you look into? My thoughts are:
*Bleed system completely (anything special for ABS cars?)
*Replace notorious offbrand cobra lines with stainless (what's a decent brand that doesn't kill the pocketbook, and installs out of the box?)
*Replace rear brakes (either pads and rotors, or is there an inexpensive better option to match the front brakes to bring the car back into balance)?
*replace fluid with good high temp DOT4
Are there any adjustments that can be made on the rear brakes? Also, I can't remember if its this car or my last, but the slider bracket on one of the rear brakes sticks. How the hell do you replace that?
Am I on the right track?