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I just acquired a '93 LX wagon as my commuter car for work. First thing I noticed is the poor brake feel/feedback from the pedal. The car stops but the pedal is low. Pads have plenty of life left in them. I've read alot of people doing the rear disc conversion on their cars but I'm not opting to do it. However, I researched and found out that for '93, there was a FSB(factory service bulletin) on the master cylinder and brake booster. Has anyone (whom still have the rear drums setups) changed these parts and noticed any difference?
 

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Well, that's somewhat the same response that I got from the person I bought the car off from (he's a friend of mine and was a Mazda tech). Only thing that I didnt bring to his attention was the master cylinder thingy but he told me before that he changed everything on the brakes and still got the same result. Good thing it stops but the pedal feel is just not very reassuring.
 
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