Originally Posted by blueovalxfboy
nope i lied its back again anyone got a clue
Interesting one this. Could be few things. How many Ks have you done on the new pads? If not many, go out and find a clear stretch of road, from 100kmh or quicker hammer the brakes down to stop. Do this a few times to help the pads find "memory" - all rotors will have some grooves in them from past use and new pads essentially are flat, meaning they might rub on high and low spots on the rotor. Hammering the brakes a few times may help bed them in to the rotor's custom shape. You might need to do it several times, but make sure you let the set cool down between runs by driving for a few Ks without heaving braking.
Good luck. Let the thread know how you go.
P.S Having a couple of mates in the car will help as you are essentially pulling up more weight and the pads have to work harder.