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Old 13 Aug 2003, 11:47 pm
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Default Anyone Installed Stainless Brake Lines?

Goodridge makes a kit (atleast for the '01). I looked at the rear lines and they look "involved".

Does anyone have any experience with these?
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Old 04 Sep 2003, 11:38 pm
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Nope...!!
But it looks like you may be the first...!!!
Let us know when youÂ’re done, or if I beat you to it then I will do the honors...!!
So far planned for this weekend will be cold air from Hypertuned motoring, BTG Polished Strut brace, Poweraid throttle body spacer and Magnecore plug wires. Custom polished aluminum air box and battery box cover..!!! Busy..busy...busy...!!!
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Old 05 Sep 2003, 02:56 pm
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ZeroCrash,

You can save a bit of that busy time by leaving off the throttle body spacer. Sorry you didn't ask around or read the threads on the spacer before you bought it. Even the manufacturer says that any performance gains cannot be measured on the dyno. [:I]
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Old 05 Sep 2003, 03:04 pm
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Damnit Man....!!
Just finished the install.
I looked around and didn't see any posts on the subject..so...I thought why not.
Is there anything good then about the install..???
Worse comes to worse....30 mintues on....30 mintues off...!!!
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Old 05 Sep 2003, 04:40 pm
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Then again, I checked and read it all. Although it seems there is no horse power gain there may be a MPG gain....!!
I'll see. And if not, Live and learn.[:I]
Thanks for the heads up.
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Old 15 Sep 2003, 01:58 pm
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my Suzuki has Stainless lines still stock lines on the Cruiser
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