brakes feel spongy after new pads?

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As stated prior, if the rotors weren’t machined or lightly surfaced when the pads were changed, that will give you a spongy feel as you are not stopping as effectively and takes more effort to slow down. With new rotors and pads, the machine marks on the rotors help to break in the rotors and pads together.

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