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Using Stainless Steel Brakelines

Old 08-May-2005, 01:10 PM
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Using Stainless Steel Brakelines

I have Goodrigde stainless steel brakelines on my Honda DX hatch (Front: Disk and Rear: Drum). However, if I do an SiR front and rear conversion, will I be able to use the same stainless steel brakelines? Or do I have to purchase SS brakelines for SiRs?

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Old 08-May-2005, 01:17 PM
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i think u will need to change the rears.
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Old 08-May-2005, 01:33 PM
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Correct! The front's will fit but the flex lines for rear drums are completely different from a rear disc setup.

As well, make sure you get the correct proportioning valve for the rear disc setup; (you should't use your stock rear drum, proportioning valve w/rear disc setup)

BTW; you'll need one off a '98+ Integra *W/O ABS*. The Civic and Integra abs and non-abs proportioning valves are different. (one had 6 lines going into it, the other 4) So get one of a base Integra and you'll be fine.
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