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hey guys!, I found out that BF Goodrich already makes high perf. SS brake lines for our cars, and I also took the liberty of finding the cheapest price out there. They normally run for like $170 bucks, but I found them for $134.00 minus a $30.00 discount. just go to carparts.com and type in 2001 Nissan Sentra SE 4-door with sr20de in the search for car tab(after selecting nissan and 2001). and when you buy the thing type in this promotional code (code 20607). that should get you $30 dollars off the already cheap 134 dollar price. So how does 100 bucks for SS brake lines sound? I know....your all very welcome

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formerly known as JCGator42, 2k1 Nissan Sentra SE w/PP mods: Cold Air Intake by Hotshot, and Stromung Cat-Back Exhaust(on its way over here), and Unorthodox Underdrive 4 pulley set(in a couple of weeks) [email protected]
 

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I'm sure you have already bought em huh? How long does this promotion last for the $30 bucks off? How do these lines compare to the SMC? How hard is to install these lines?

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i can attest that the smc lines are prolly the best quality lines i've seen, even compared to wilwood. installation is fairly simple and straight forward. i have some procedures on my site under installs if you'd like to get an idea. you can get then in SS, or have them sleeved and powder coated different colors. that's what i did, nice and blue, like the calipers.

2 things though...

1. unless you have a one man bleeder kit, you'll need a friend to assist you in the brake bleeding.

2. NEVER EVER EVER, if you have ABS, NEVER let the brake fluid resovoir get empty when you're bleeding. That will be a royal pain in the ***. you will have to drain each abs solenoid and brake lines and start all over.

personal note: sometimes it's worth spending a little extra money on a vendor that is a big nissan aftermarket supporter rather than saving a few bucks.

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[This message has been edited by 2000SE (edited March 24, 2001).]
 

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well I really never seen the BF goodrich lines, but they seem of good quality, and most american cars use those for their aftermarket needs. My older brother has SMC lines in his 94 sentra, and I think I will go with SMC anyways eventhough they are $145 bucks instead of 100 bucks. Once I find something I like and something I know is good, I stick to it. The installation on both of them say that they are bolt on but I am pretty sure that the bolt-on category is for mechanics, my friend's shop can install all this mods free of charge, so I am ok if I have to spend 40 bucks more. If you are low on cash go with the BF Goodrich lines, I am pretty sure they are of about the same quality, or if you want something already proven to be good---> go with SMC, that's what I am going to be doing. Plus we can probably get a group buy from IMPP along with UD Pulley Set. Well i posted this for anyone that wanted to save 50 dollars on the lines for a nice set of wuality lines. ok later

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formerly known as JCGator42, 2k1 Nissan Sentra SE w/PP mods: Cold Air Intake by Hotshot, and Stromung Cat-Back Exhaust(on its way over here), and Unorthodox Underdrive 4 pulley set(in a couple of weeks) [email protected]
 

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I think the $30 dollar promo is always there if you are a new member. You can always see carparts.com's ads in magazines, the $30 dollar coupon with a special code is always there.

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