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I have spent a bit of time on the track recently. 5 track days in the last 10 weeks or so. Are these spots a tell tail sign of reduced braking efficiency? Should I give them a clean with a bit of 400 grit and give the calliper and pistons a clean? Just wondering who has experienced this and what you guys have done.
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See what a spray of brake cleaner does, it may just be a bit of a buildup from the pads. Bit of wet and dry if it's a bit stubborn.
 

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See what a spray of brake cleaner does, it may just be a bit of a buildup from the pads. Bit of wet and dry if it's a bit stubborn.
Thanks mate. After pulling out the brake pads and testing how the pistons extend. It seems only one piston is extending and the other three don’t move. Will give the callipers a good clean including the pads and will see if it heals.
 
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