Picked up a beautiful Stage 2 Turbo just over a week ago and I'm loving being back in a VX. I noticed from the history the brake fluid hadn't been changed since 2015 and the brakes felt quite spongy so this weekend just gone, I bled the system using my trusty Eezibleed at 15PSI.
I used around 750ml of DOT4 to perform a partial flush and bleed. Bled the 4 calipers from rear left to front right, a couple of small bubbles through and some slightly skaggy looking fluid in places but still relatively clear.
Driven the car today and the brakes feel a bit better but still a bit spongy. Don't get me wrong, they are fine for stopping the car at normal speeds, but not particularly confidence inspiring in a car that makes around 265bhp/tonne.
Just wondering if there's anywhere else air could be trapped in the system? Anything I've forgotten?
For the record, the pedal does firm up when I pump the air out of the servo with the engine off, but it doesn't go completely rock hard. Fluid wasn't brand new but was opened first around 3 months ago, used and then sealed up and stored in the garage.
Any pointers would be massively appreciated!