We have a group deal going on:Intoxicated said:I have a GXE so I was wondering if these brake lines would work for my car. Also how do you install them and what are the benefits to having them?
Plus to add to this my friend has a Civic and I have driven his car plenty of times before he installed his SS brake lines and after he put them on and I noticed a big difference....blitztech said:these are SMC lines not Stillen lines, Steve custom makes them... if you dont feel the difference in your lines, try autocrossing = ]
Like Marvin said the install isn't hard at all,,,,Just look threw your wheels and you'll see the calipers and drums (if you have them)and you'll see the rubber brake lines,,,now all you do is loosen the fitting and screww the stainless steel fitting on and bleed your system...But here's what Sentra.net has for brake bleeding procedure..Original Mr Sentra said:Okay guys, I would imagine that the warranty would not void, due to the fact that the dealership has to prove that the modified part actually caused the malfunction.
As far as the installation, I believe it isn't hard, except for the part where you'll have to bleed the brakes. There's some installation procedures somewhere...try The Sentra Network
Heh..don't think I could add anymore to this topic already, but another way of thinking of it is like stainless steel is very durable and definitely keeps from expanding, unlike rubber brake lines. No real downside, other than the installation, but it's worth it.whitesentra said: