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Old 13-02-2013, 10:11 AM   #1
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Exclamation GTR33 brakes overheat problem

this is my first ever thread..i got used of this website ALOT..thanx to every one

so i worked hard to buy my first car ever..which is skyline R32 GTS and started to wotk on it, first thing i put new engine ( its2JZ-GTE ) i know !
now i have this brakes problem..i did R33 GTR brake & rotor swap

and whenever i drive like 3-5 kilometers distance..the front brake calibers stuck on the rotors i apply brake..but i dont..they just brake on themselves ..and also..the overheat ! and something burning smell
i changed the brake lines with some ordinary ones..also the pads..still the same

i appriciat all your answers
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Make sure that all t he pistons are not seized and freely move back in to the calliper and I have done many gtr brembo brakes where the pads are completely seized in the caliber and that causes a problem
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