Why Are My Front Brakes Squealing?

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Hello I have Suzuki DRZ 400. Why are my front brakes squealing? Rotor and pads are mint.

Dan 7 years 10 Answers 1396 views 0

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    very often a good cleaning will take care off that

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    They are mint. Perfectly clean

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    Copper slip

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      Put some copper grease on the back of the pads where they meet the piston

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    Squeeling high pitched??..or sort of a wizzing noise??..certain pads types wizz when brake applied.

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    Only when just about to stop around 15mph. Squealing def

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    Mine do that too n pads n rotor r good.

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    Use pad glue between piston/pad, keeps pad firm on the piston, Generally it can be glazed rotor give it a light sand on an angle right round then go the opposite angle so it’s crossed over like an X, Squealing should be gone, unless you’ve got a rock or small stone caught on the pad itself etc

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    If you are sure everything is fine then just deal with it. Its in the compound

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    Strange stuff guys. Thanks everyone for the help

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