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Yesterday 09:52 PM
MetalMuffins
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Originally Posted by Scougar View Post
$100 is a fair price for braided lines (front and back). I like 'HEL' for my lines, but not sure I can get them here.
RDC sells HEL lines for our cars on their own or as part of one of their staged upgrade kits.
Yesterday 09:36 PM
Scougar $100 is a fair price for braided lines (front and back). I like 'HEL' for my lines, but not sure I can get them here.
Yesterday 08:09 PM
dpuddy
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Originally Posted by kevinxb View Post
This looks awesome. Definitely going to do the same when it's time for brakes. Did you paint the black areas on the new rotors or did they come like that?
Thanks man! They came painted.


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Originally Posted by Jburks View Post
looks good man! what parts did you use? i plan on painting my calipers soon too. might have to consider SS lines as well.
Thanks! Centric Rotors, StopTech Pads, StopTech Fluid, Goodridge Lines.


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Don't pay over the odds for braided lines, some companies are charging WAYYYYYYY over the top for something so simplistic. Also... reminds me I need to ditch the crappy silver paint job on my calipers and make them shiny gloss black.
I didnt overpaid, they are some of the best on the market and I got them for around 100 shipped.
Everyone has Black so I stuck with silver, they pop but aren't over the top. To each his own.
Yesterday 05:50 PM
SilverPony2001 Changed out cabin air filter finally:



Also installed euro sedan inner tail lights, wired them up to the tail lights and brake lights. Replaced everything with the new Philips LED bulbs also. Best LED tail light bulb ever. Everything I had tried in the past had been way too bright for a tail light, it looked like my brake lights were stuck on. I always ended up putting the stock bulb back in. But these are about stock brightness for tail and brake.









05-21-2015 06:42 PM
Scougar
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Originally Posted by Jburks View Post
looks good man! what parts did you use? i plan on painting my calipers soon too. might have to consider SS lines as well.
Don't pay over the odds for braided lines, some companies are charging WAYYYYYYY over the top for something so simplistic. Also... reminds me I need to ditch the crappy silver paint job on my calipers and make them shiny gloss black.
05-21-2015 04:25 PM
Jburks
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Originally Posted by dpuddy View Post
New rotors, pads, lines, fluid, and a bit of paint. Very pleased with how it turned out.
looks good man! what parts did you use? i plan on painting my calipers soon too. might have to consider SS lines as well.
05-21-2015 10:44 AM
papaacer
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Originally Posted by Kotlkn View Post
Its stock suspension... for now
Looks low dude but nice!
05-21-2015 10:29 AM
kevinxb
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Originally Posted by dpuddy View Post
New rotors, pads, lines, fluid, and a bit of paint. Very pleased with how it turned out.
This looks awesome. Definitely going to do the same when it's time for brakes. Did you paint the black areas on the new rotors or did they come like that?
05-21-2015 09:18 AM
dpuddy
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You swapped to braided lines. Nice :-)

Since you painted the disc face, make sure you check you nuts after for tightness regularly.
Will do. I actually didnt paint them they came that way which I was surprised about.
05-21-2015 06:42 AM
Ben Franklin

Very nice. A perfect fit. They are tucked up in there nicely and don't stick out. And they are a reasonable size.
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