Reviewed By Ryan O (MIDLAND, MI) Reviewed for a 2015 Toyota Tacoma —7/18/2016 2:37 AM
Seems to be working fine. Right rear line did not fit in bracket hole meeting up to hard line,do not believe it will cause any issues. Would buy again.
Reviewed By Alexander G (ALLSTON, MA) Reviewed for a 2012 Honda Civic —7/11/2016 1:04 PM
I previously had Goodridge stainless steel lines on the car which served me well for 2 years of daily driving, as well as plenty of autocross and track days. However, one blew last month when I had to slam on my brakes, dumping nearly all my brake fluid. When these StopTech lines arrived, they were easily 50% thicker, and even more substantial than even those Goodridge lines. Apparently these are rated for 4000psi while the Goodridge lines were rated 3000psi peak. Overall a GREAT addition!
Anytime you’re doing a brake job, it’s recommended that you swap out more than the brake pads. Often times the rotors need replacing, or at least resurfacing, and other components can show wear and tear, too. And though brake lines rarely need replacement during routine maintenance, upgrading to a set of stainless steel brake lines is highly recommended. After all, you’re down there anyway. And, though you may think a brake line is a brake line is a brake line, nothing adds a serious dose of pedal punch like a set of performance brake lines.
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