Mk7 GTI brake service

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Mk7 GTI brake service

Post by Rascal69 » Mon Jan 06, 2020 12:33 pm

The owner of this GTI brought us the car on Saturday morning for a Brake Service along with the parts which he had purchased from goldwagon Delaray .

We got the car on the lift
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The new parts
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Stripped the The old brakes. Looks like they Seen some heated situations.
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Prepped the new pads with anti squeal spray.
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Old vs new disc
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time to start cleaning before fitting the new parts.
Before
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During
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After cleaning
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Other side before and after
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Carrier bracket , slider pins and hubs all cleaned and coated before install.
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Some pics of installation
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Flushed and bled brake fluid reservoir and lines
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All done , ready for collection Image
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Ex: 1994 E36 328i Track Car (Budler Motorsport built)
Ex: 2011 REVO 2 Mk6 GTI DSG - 200wkw & 452nm's (KAR)
Ex: 2007 REVO 2+ S3 - 12.7s @ 176km/h (Tarlton 2010) and 224km's on 1km (ODI)
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Re: Mk7 GTI brake service

Post by Belix » Mon Jan 06, 2020 1:03 pm

Good to see some pride and thoroughness going into some mundane work.
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Re: Mk7 GTI brake service

Post by Rascal69 » Mon Jan 06, 2020 1:14 pm

Belix wrote:Good to see some pride and thoroughness going into some mundane work.
Thanks buddy . Image
Current: 2005 E55 AMG
Current: 2007 ///M Coupe
Current: 2019 Fortuner 4x4

Ex: 1998 BMW M3
Ex: 2011 REVO 2 Focus ST - 208wkw & 465nm's (FRnR)
Ex: 1994 E36 328i Track Car (Budler Motorsport built)
Ex: 2011 REVO 2 Mk6 GTI DSG - 200wkw & 452nm's (KAR)
Ex: 2007 REVO 2+ S3 - 12.7s @ 176km/h (Tarlton 2010) and 224km's on 1km (ODI)
Ex: 2006 Velo 1.6i | 2008 Velo 1.6i | 2005 Velo 1.4i | 2006 Polo 1.6i | 2012 Polo TDI | 2004 W203 C200K
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Re: Mk7 GTI brake service

Post by JayGtiVII » Tue Jan 07, 2020 4:23 pm

Excellent attention to detail. Would love to bring my GTi to you. Drop me a PM so we can get in touch, please

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Re: Mk7 GTI brake service

Post by AvesshenG » Wed Jan 08, 2020 6:32 pm

Thanks for the amazing service bud.
Brakes feel amazing, knowing that you did steps that dealerships usually skip, puts my mind at peace especially since it's brakes.
see you soon, when the rear brakes need changing.
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Re: Mk7 GTI brake service

Post by Greenz » Wed Jan 08, 2020 6:47 pm

Holy shite,your level of workmanship is mind blowing!
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Re: Mk7 GTI brake service

Post by Rascal69 » Wed Jan 08, 2020 7:41 pm

Thanks for the kind words gents
Current: 2005 E55 AMG
Current: 2007 ///M Coupe
Current: 2019 Fortuner 4x4

Ex: 1998 BMW M3
Ex: 2011 REVO 2 Focus ST - 208wkw & 465nm's (FRnR)
Ex: 1994 E36 328i Track Car (Budler Motorsport built)
Ex: 2011 REVO 2 Mk6 GTI DSG - 200wkw & 452nm's (KAR)
Ex: 2007 REVO 2+ S3 - 12.7s @ 176km/h (Tarlton 2010) and 224km's on 1km (ODI)
Ex: 2006 Velo 1.6i | 2008 Velo 1.6i | 2005 Velo 1.4i | 2006 Polo 1.6i | 2012 Polo TDI | 2004 W203 C200K
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Re: Mk7 GTI brake service

Post by Rascal69 » Wed Jan 08, 2020 7:43 pm

AvesshenG wrote:Thanks for the amazing service bud.
Brakes feel amazing, knowing that you did steps that dealerships usually skip, puts my mind at peace especially since it's brakes.
see you soon, when the rear brakes need changing.
Glad to hear you now have peace of mind buddy. Image
Current: 2005 E55 AMG
Current: 2007 ///M Coupe
Current: 2019 Fortuner 4x4

Ex: 1998 BMW M3
Ex: 2011 REVO 2 Focus ST - 208wkw & 465nm's (FRnR)
Ex: 1994 E36 328i Track Car (Budler Motorsport built)
Ex: 2011 REVO 2 Mk6 GTI DSG - 200wkw & 452nm's (KAR)
Ex: 2007 REVO 2+ S3 - 12.7s @ 176km/h (Tarlton 2010) and 224km's on 1km (ODI)
Ex: 2006 Velo 1.6i | 2008 Velo 1.6i | 2005 Velo 1.4i | 2006 Polo 1.6i | 2012 Polo TDI | 2004 W203 C200K
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Re: Mk7 GTI brake service

Post by Unobeat » Thu Jan 09, 2020 1:59 am

Always love your posts and captures.
Great work guys
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