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Old 12-Apr-2007, 02:34 AM
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has any ever used Magnum brake rotors and stainless steel brake lines?
if so are the good to buy or should i buy more expensive one??

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gary (00 civic SiR)
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Old 12-Apr-2007, 04:19 PM
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if you drive your car daily, I don't recommend stainless steel braided lines. if you need lines, get OEM ones. rotors, that depends on how you beat up on your car. again, daily driver, I buy the cheapest rotors anyone has to offer.

what I recommend however, is OEM rotors if you love your car.
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ya it's a daily driver. so i guess i should return the SS brake lines? are they bad for daily drivers? sorry for all the questions and thanks for all the help..
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if you can get all your money back, then take em back. Spend the money on a good quality set of pads and rotors. Think about it, you use those to stop do you honestly want a pulsing feeling or massive brake fad? not trying to sound like a commerical but I think you should spend some decent coin and get quality brake products. If you know how to do the brake job yourself it makes spending the money on good brakes that much easier.
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what are some good brakelines?
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only OEM brake lines are any good.

unless you have an old peice of crap 15+ years old, then you can get any rubber ones from any parts store cuz even those will prolly outlast the whole car.
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I have KVR cryo-treated cross-drilled front rotors and KVR carbonfibre sport brake pads on my 00 SiR....they work amaizing!!! Got em at a special price so I couldn't say no....lol.

Yeah going with oem is your best bet if you do normal diving with your car.
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cool thanks a lot boyz
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One more quick question - how much aprox should it cost to do break / gas lines with OEM stuff?
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