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Hi all,

Well got the brake lines in the post this morning and having a dire need to go out for a ride I decided to fit them and get it all sorted.

I must say they do look and feel alot nicer than my previous Goodridge lines and the PVC covering allows them to move without grinding down the metal (like the previous ones did).

Heres some pics, tell me what ya think (not that it matters its done now and I like em so ner [:p])







The brakes are all bled and ready for a nice run :)

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99ninja: unfortunately i punctured one of the front lines which is why i had to replace them, so the remaining front and the rear went in the bin along side it.

royfan: http://www.helperformance.com/ is the website with all the information, basically they are teflon hoses with stainless braiding and then PVC covered for colour, you can also get coloured fittings but the banjo bolts are still silver so made it look odd, they also do ones twice as expensive with titanium fittings and banjo bolts :)

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Oooh, pretty colour matched bits. Very nice.
 
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