LegacyKid5 Posted June 20, 2017 Share Posted June 20, 2017 I am getting ready to install front and rear brembos on my 05 LGT and have a few clarifications and question. Never swapped brakes before but the process seems pretty straight forward from my research, but I want to make sure I have all my bases covered prior to starting. 1. Given I am removing all the calipers, I'm assuming the system will be always completely flushed out in the process. When it comes to bleeding the system upon installation, should I pick up something like the Might Vac Kit or is a bleeder catch bottle and pumping the peddle with a second person sufficient? 2. Any recommendations for brake fluid on our cars with brembos? 3. I have seen people recommend putting anti seize on the bolts, backs of pads, and the hub between the rotor. Is this all recommended and if so will any anti seize do the trick? 4. Any special tools I will need for the job or may make the job easier? EDIT: A little bit of research points to ATE Super Blue fluid for the brake fluid. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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