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I expected a little bit more from car with 4 disk brakes, when braking from high speeds. My previous was Mazda 626 with rear drum brakes and I don't see a difference. I heard seize-up is common problem on this cars. How to check and fix the calipers?

Maybe I'll think about upgrade to performance brakes in future
 

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I find the brakes to be excellent on the 2nd Gen MX6 even under hard conditions. The braking is also effected by the types of Pads your using and also the disc condition. Check your pads and check if your discs need machining. There are alot of after market disc includes slotted/cross drilled and pads you can buy.

Heres a link to the known rear calliper problems:

http://www.bradbury.cwc.net/probemx/p_p1.htm
 
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