Tools you will need:
Installing the Front System
Before starting, fit the brake assembly in one of the removed wheels to insure there will be no clearance problems
- Insert bracket from behind with spacers pointing outboard
- Insert bolt from behind (without the washer)
- Put the washer against the aluminum upright and install nut
- Torque to 110 ft. lb.
- Using 12mm bolts, secure and torque to 85 ft. lb.
- Watch hose throughout suspension movement to ensure it does not contact suspension, spring, strut, etc.
- Keep hose clocked toward inner fender wall
Proceed to Installing the Rear System, or, if done, proceed to Bleeding the System.
Installing the Rear System
- Caliper should be clocked to the rear of the car and up
- One bolt is shorter than the other - this one goes to the bottom and front of the hub so as to not run into the control arm
- Torque to 40 ft. lb.
- Torque to 85 ft. lb.
- Install at caliper end first and loosely secure with banjo bolts - hose should point to the outside of the car and then curve up over the upright
- Use Adell (cushion) clamp to secure the hose to the upper caliper mount
- Clamp goes on inside of bracket
- Hose should run up to the clamp, then run horizontally as in the figure below
- Attach hose to flare bracket and hard line
- Tighten clamp and banjo bolt making sure hose will not rub on anything
Bleeding the System
Seasoning the Rotors
Bedding the Pads