Originally Posted by Ject
Hmm I'd take it to dealer and have them make sure the brakes aren't bleeding out by chance.
On another note, you may just not have properly bed-in your brakes (or burnishing) since it is a new vehicle.. yes brakes even need a proper brake in.
For more info check here on how to Bed-in brakes: http://www.essexparts.com/learning-c...rs/post/Bed-in
This should solve the problem about 90% of the time.
Thanks for the info Ject. I looked at the link, and I will do that soon, but the brakes grab well once the brake pedal is about 1/3rd to 1/2 way down, and it is just the "travel" of the brake pedal up until the point of engagement that I do not like.
Do people put steel/kevlar braided brake lines on cars like we did years ago with racing motorcycles?