Replaced both twin caliper brake pads on my 2000 fxdl. The pads were installed correctly; removed and reinstalled calipers, correct pad placement, cleaned calipers; front wheel is installed with spacers where they should be, all bolts correct torqued. I also bled both calipers and topped-off the master cylinder with DOT 5. The front brake lever is tight; no spongy feel at all. Here's what has me scratching my noggin: The new pads are tight on the rotors. I noticed yesterday after the pad install when I lifted the front end to check the resistance and it was a bit tight, but it was expected. So I rode about 50 miles stopping about every 5 minutes to check the heat on the rotors. The were a bit warm but this was expected also. Today I didn't ride but lifted the front end to turn the front tire and check the brake drag and it was more obvious than yesterday. Don't want to warp a rotor but this one has me perplexed. A LOT of brake drag. Anyone have any experience with this dilemma?