Disks look nearly new but pads are less then half.Did you fit new discs and pads?
Ill have a go at that too thanks.dont let the fluid run low and get someone to keep puring it and keeping it to the top at all times. then bleed the m/c front nipple first then back one two to three times and you should have all of the air out. if the cylinder runs low for one of two strokes of the pedal then it will draw in air and make them very vague
Doubt it, Porsche breaks are a common mod and you dont normally need a bigger m/c - but yea exactly which calipers do u haveId be 99% sure that the extra fluid req'd to move the larger piston set up is causing your probs, unless its been proved otherwise by other modders. Larger m/c req'd would be my suggestion.
Incorrect. Their are many different types of porsche caliper - using rear porsche calipers if fine as long as they came of the rear of the correct porsche. Their is a thread that discusses the use of various porsche calipers on here if you do a search - its worth a readHey OP .... are you using REAR porsche calipers? They have smaller pistons and not suited to using on the front of your golf.
Its just a possibility because i know other users have had this problem after fitting rear porsche calipers onto the front of their golf's, they all feel the rear brakes working overtime and lack of stopping power from the front.