Soft brake pedal after fluid change
Had local shop replace brake fluid with high performance fluid (higher boiling point) for my upcoming trip to the track. The result was a mushy pedal (longer travel to engage brakes). I immediately pointed it out and the owner road tested the car. He said the same thing happened on his 360, he bled the system multiple times and no change. His ultimate conclusion was that replacing the old fluid actually made the calipers work better (more fully release) and thus the increased travel.
The brakes do not pump up, so from another post, apparently that means there is no air in the system? The pedal does not slowly depress, so apparently no leak?
Not sure i trust the conclusion of the shop, so looking for input.
Thanks in advance for your help