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Re: Anybody have neuspeed SS brake lines? (gtiglxvr62000)

I would like to know as well.
 

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Re: Anybody have neuspeed SS brake lines? (gtiglxvr62000)

I have them...big improvement over stock...however a lot pf people prefer the Goodridge lines...don't know though cause I never tried them.
 

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Re: Anybody have neuspeed SS brake lines? (QuickStick)

Normally $169.95 plus shipping, we have them on sale right now for $119.95 shipped!
 

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Re: Anybody have neuspeed SS brake lines? (Monito)

I got the ECS lines, I felt the difference over stock. Dont order the rear ones, it is apain in the ass to put them on and benefits would be minimal. Once in ECS Tuning site, order a liter of ATE Super Blue.
 

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Re: Anybody have neuspeed SS brake lines? (ROCKnRLR)

I had them on my Mk3 GLX...I give them http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
 

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Re: Anybody have neuspeed SS brake lines? (shftat6)

S/S lines are S/S lines. Any soft lines you replace in a brake system will result in firmer pedal feel.
 

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Re: Anybody have neuspeed SS brake lines? (ROCKnRLR)

I have the ECS lines as well...front and rear. The rears are a pita because the clips that hold them in are not very accessable w/ tools. if you are flushing your fluid anyway...it's a good upgrade http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
I'd recommend a pressure bleeder for the actual fluid flush...make's it easier than changing oil!! Remember to also flush the fluid through the clutch slave as well. For fluid, I recommend Motul RBF 600 http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
 
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