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Originally Posted by Shaun @ Tru6 View Post
I don't think so. First I would check to make sure your steps are oriented correctly. If they are then I would next check to make sure the rotors are in spec. If they are, I think it might be prudent to disassemble the entire caliper and check the passageways to ensure they are clear.
Thanks for the response. I did blow out the passageways with electrical cleaner which leaves no residue as well as high pressure air. When installing the pistons, they had to be exactly straight otherwise would hang up going into the bore after sliding through the scraper rings. I don't think the calipers were overheated as I've never abused the brakes.

The steps are on the bottom side like you mentioned.
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