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    Default Best Brakes for 2007 GMC Savana

    I posted before about my Savana having a mushy brake pedal with a lot of dead travel and a poor stopping distance and I've been wondering what the best brake upgrades are for the Savana(Brake pads, rotors, calipers, etc...) and where I can buy them. I have taken the Savana to the dealer but they said everything was fine so I don't know what the problem would be. Thanks in advance.

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    Did you try having the brakes bled? An excess amount of air in the brake lines can cause mushy pedal feel. you can upgrade to drilled/slotted rotors as well, that may give you some increase in braking performance.
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    Ill try that and see how it goes. Thanks.

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