If your running the problematic A Arm guards, I have devised a little testing for it.
I had emailed this to a few people that contacted me privately about the brakes issue, I sort of forgot about posting it here. Off board we came up with this through some trial and error. It's a good test to see if you indeed have a brake issue or just a poorly clearanced A arm guard. 90% of the time! it's the guards or those plastic guards over the caliper that caused it.
if you just sit at an idle in your Pioneer and hit the brake pedal, let off it, then crank all the way one direction, hold the steering wheel there and depress the brake pedal again. Do that for both directions. If you see fade to the pedal with it cranked in either direction, there is a bind on the caliper or its line opposite as the way you turned.
you won't necessarily notice right after turning your wheels when doing regular driving. any pressure to one of the front calipers lines can cause fade for the next time you hit the brakes.
If any of the above shows a problem, I'd remove those plastic caliper covers, its just two 10mm bolts on each side, then try the process again to see if that clears it up. If it doesn't I'd check a arm guard clearance next
hope that makes sense.""""
I never heard anything back from the ones I emailed this to. I'm guessing it worked.
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