Re: Goodridge SS Brake lines
Originally Posted by Setoutguy
No reason you shouldnt. You should get a slightly firmer pedal as a result. You should also flush and change the brake fluid and make sure you use the correct wrenches. Not sure if Goodridge require AN wrenches or not. I prefer Earl's brakes lines. Its more fun if you make your own lines. Make sure the new lines are as long or longer than the OEM lines.
Thanks for your input man. I tried searching the forums for any other posts but I turned up with nothing.
I will consider the brake fluid flush, lol only 7k on the current fluid. Obviously I will bleed the breaks and add fresh fluid....... I guess I might aswell just run a bottle or 2 through all four corners
I have never made my own lines... im too scared too. messing with the brake system this much already makes me nervous when messing with something that has my life in its hands.
Engine- AFE Intake, Moe's 87mm TB, BT CatchCan.
Exhaust- Magnaflow 11385 Xpipe in the center and 2x Magnaflow 14814's in the rear.
Wheels- 20x9 SRT8 Reps, Hankook Ventus ST RH06.
SRT8 Brembo BBK + GoodRidge SS Brake Lines.