Hey guys, I sorta feel that I should know this shit already, but I have to ask just to be shure. I've never actually touched my brakes before.....I've swapped an engine, but left anything to do with brakes and wiring up to my mechanic. So here's my nOObile question: I need to swap out my front brake pads (EBC) with new ones (EBC), and bleed the fronts with some high temp brake fluid. The Pads are self explainitory, take of caliper, pop out old pads, replace with new ones, but because the new ones have so much more material, how are they going to fit over the rotor? How can I relieve pressure on the caliper if need be to make them fit? Second is adding the new brake fluid and bleeding the system. I dont really know how to do this. Also, what sorta fluid should I be running? The only thing I know about this process is when pumping the brakes while bleeding, only to go down 1/2 to 3/4 of the way or shit can get really fucked with the pistons in the caliper. If anyone could give me some help, I'd appreciate it. Maybe a tool list....I dunno. I'm out lapping on Monday, and dont want to run a few hot laps, have my brake fluid boil and me sit out for a while, so I gotta get this done in the next few days. Thanks guys.