No, I've been too busy enjoying the bike to call. I'm off the rest of the week; I'll call and find out what they did. But that doesn't really matter, because the rear brakes squeal just as much as they did before the service.cws said:did you end up getting any more info on the "squeal" fix from your dealer, if indeed they did fix it?
EXACTLY what mine do. I find myself using the front brake in traffic (to avoid embarassment), rear brake or rear & front when no one is around. That's nuts.cws said:it's only in that last 5 metres as I pull up next to the cars and they start looking at shiny new bike with the horrible brake noise...
Interesting that yours is the first post I've seen that says the EBCs didn't solve the rear brake squeal instantly. Guess it's not for everyone.scoobydoo said:The rear are worse with the EBC pads than they were with the OEM pads, they squeal like a Banshee the last 10 secs of a stop... I have used the Red Brake Quiet Compound on the back side of the pads with out much of luck.
My rear EBCs also still squeal at slow speeds, even with the red NAPA CRC stuff applied to them. Can't think of anything else to do. Oh well.hschisler said:Interesting that yours is the first post I've seen that says the EBCs didn't solve the rear brake squeal instantly. Guess it's not for everyone.
Where does one buy Red Brake Quiet Compound -- any auto parts store?
I do have an '05 LT, and the brakes are linked. Now, I can't tell you if their "linked" proportions are different when applying front only v. back only, but (as others have posted) I use the front brake control only, just as I come to a stop. in order to avoid the noise. The rear brakes squeal only when the foot brake control is applied.kaygee said:Howard's sig states that he has a 2005 LT