I am sure this issue is on here, but after searching for the past hour I can't find the answers I am looking for, so you have to forgive me if this is a common issue/ topic.
Anyway, car facts: 98 Trans Am with slotted rotors, hawk pads, stock calipers, 3400 stall, MT Drag radials. My brakes are not holding at the staging light when I load the car, so I don't load the stall as much, so I don't roll, etc.
After bleeding the brakes a few times, my braking issue still persists. I can't see it being a brake caliper issue as all four are fine. I unhooked the ABS and the issue still happened. I am starting to think I may have a brake master cylinder issue, but I am not sure.
Any thoughts would be appreciated.
your brakes are fine. you dont need to brake torque the car so much that it pushes through the beams anyway. my car gets the best 60ft times launching at around 1500 rpm.
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