Top 2 are the same and are highly recommended. I have them on the back of my car. The 3rd are no name and look crappy, stay way from those.
GrkBallaG said:Top 2 are the same and are highly recommended. I have them on the back of my car. The 3rd are no name and look crappy, stay way from those.
GrkBallaG said:Well i got a Big brake kit for the front, it came with stoptech lines for the front.... so when i did my rear disc swap i purchased some goodridge ones for the back. There awesome, pedal feel is solid .
abew330 said:big brake kit? from where? Ksport?
soild ped feel.. does it make it harder to press the brake and stop?
off the topic.. your car looks great... what setup do you have??? suspension rims.. anything else you did to make it low?
abew330 said:how many brake lines/hoses would i need? i cant remeber but i think i need 2 in the back (each side)
GrkBallaG said:2 in the back and 2 up front, and im assuming you have rear discs correct?? because these wont work on drums.
for the easy going/regular driver that would be the more cost effective option for sure. And you still need to clean out the system, or at least part of the system when installing any type of brake line.ghettosled said:^why not just replace the old rubber lines with new rubber lines to use for the next 8 years and save the extra money.