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Redline Motive
02-23-2011, 07:32 PM
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Goodridge Stainless Steel Brake Lines Honda CRZ (2011) 20115 (http://www.crzonly.com/20115)

Each G-Stop Goodridge brake line kit includes all hose ends and line brackets to fit your specific year, make and model
Crafted from corrosion and abrasion resistant braided stainless steel
Unlike stock hoses, Goodridge G-Stop brake line kits eliminate volumetric expansion, so say goodbye to "mushy brakes"
Installing brake lines requires some technical expertise - if you're not confident in your ability, please seek professional installation
Reduces stopping distance and virtually ends ABS pedal chatter
G-Stop brake lines are pressure tested to 3,000psi for the ultimate in safety and performance
All Goodridge G-Stop brake lines are DOT Certified and T.U.V. approved
Your G-Stop Goodridge brake lines are backed by a Lifetime Warranty

Replace those mushy rubber stock hoses with braided stainless steel performance brake lines. Whether you're flying around a turn at the local track or just going for groceries, G-Stop brake lines offer better performance and greater safety.

Not only does the stainless braiding eliminate volumetric expansion, the root cause for spongy braking, it also reduces obnoxious ABS brake chatter. What's more, these Goodridge brake lines will significantly shorten your stopping distance.

The G-Stop kit sets your vehicle up with Goodridge break lines on every wheel. All the necessary hose ends and brackets are included, so installation is straightforward for the do-it-yourselfer or weekend mechanic.

Of course, with a name like Goodridge, you can count on the kit being D.O.T. certified and T.U.V. approved. And, your G-Stop Goodridge Brake Line Kit is backed by a Lifetime Warranty.

Goodridge Stainless Steel Brake Lines Honda CRZ (2011) 20115 (http://www.crzonly.com/20115)

Agehoorry
02-25-2011, 02:44 AM
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