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Old 04-03-2012, 03:54 PM   #1
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Was wanting opinions on different stainless steel brake lines. Thanks for your help. I have Cobra front and rear brakes with Baer eridaspeed 2 piece light weight rotors and hawk hps pads. The brakes feel great but i wanted to complete the brake system on my car. I have used Goodrich lines before on my M3 but was not sure on the mustang.
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Was wanting opinions on different stainless steel brake lines. Thanks for your help. I have Cobra front and rear brakes with Baer eridaspeed 2 piece light weight rotors and hawk hps pads. The brakes feel great but i wanted to complete the brake system on my car. I have used Goodrich lines before on my M3 but was not sure on the mustang.
Are you talking about "braided" lines, or like the actual metal brake tubes that run up and down underneath the car?
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The stainless braided lines. I just went ahead and ordered the Goodridge lines. I seen the russel brand and the stop tech brands but I have always been familiar with Goodridge. I also ordered Motul fluid. I hopefully should have this all completed this weekend.
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The stainless braided lines. I just went ahead and ordered the Goodridge lines. I seen the russel brand and the stop tech brands but I have always been familiar with Goodridge. I also ordered Motul fluid. I hopefully should have this all completed this weekend.
A friend of mine has the goodridge lines on his GT. Surprisingly the lines helped out quite a bit on stock brakes. I guess its due to the steel lines not being able to expand with the pressure compared to the rubber ones? But he is very happy with the upgrade and I believe you will be too
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A friend of mine has the goodridge lines on his GT. Surprisingly the lines helped out quite a bit on stock brakes. I guess its due to the steel lines not being able to expand with the pressure compared to the rubber ones? But he is very happy with the upgrade and I believe you will be too
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