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God Bless the Black Top* wrote:srnoth wrote:
Besides... it actually is cheaper, esp since he's buying new calipers anyway, to just get bigger disks one time. Those other upgrades you mentioned can be a lot more trouble.
how can it be trouble? explain.
- upgrade your brake fluid to one with a higher boiling points, i.e. dot 5.1 (something that can be used in dot 3 and 4 systems/non-silicone)
- steel braided lines
- better brake pads
- better rotors (slotted/drilled)
- master cylinder brace
God Bless the Black Top* wrote:and you SHOULD upgrade your MBC and PV.
you'll have longer brake pedal travel; poor braking response if system is mismatched.
srnoth wrote:srnoth wrote:
In fact do you know how much steel braided lines cost? Because yeah that does sound like a fairly easy upgrade, once the right ones are easily available.
God Bless the Black Top* wrote:
i wouldn't recommend them if they weren't readily affordable. i just don't see the sense in short term fixes. especially if they are not 100% safe.
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