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RicePowered Aug 4, 7:45pm - #33038 
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Stainless Steel Brake Lines ?

Anyone know a good place to get them for a GT ???

I know they sell them at www.mvpmotorsports.com for $125.00.

Brake Components

Anyplace else ?

Are the ones they sell any good ?
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VSGTS14 Aug 4, 8:30pm - #33039 

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hey darren...google it up. thumbsup

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RicePowered Aug 4, 8:32pm - #33040 
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Originally Posted by VSGTS14
hey darren...google it up. thumbsup


I did but most is universal fit. I was just wondering if anyone has a good place to get them. That's how I came across MVP. grin
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Gen7fan Aug 4, 9:03pm - #33041 
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why add them, whats the major plus there?
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RicePowered Aug 4, 9:06pm - #33042 
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Originally Posted by Gen7fan
why add them, whats the major plus there?


Brake lines expand less under braking giving you more braking pressure and less delay in the time it takes to apply the braking force to the rotor.

Our lines are just rubber so they expand under the pressure of braking ... more so under heavy braking.
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Steven Aug 4, 9:06pm - #33043 
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Under extreme braking conditions, the brake line hoses in the wheel well expand under pressure. If you can keep them from expanding, you'll have better braking under EXTREME* condtions. The only part of the brake line hosing that is not steel is the parts in the wheel well.

* - autox and road course conditions

Originally Posted by Gen7fan

why add them, whats the major plus there?
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RicePowered Aug 4, 9:07pm - #33044 
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hahah ... beat you steven tongue
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Steven Aug 4, 9:08pm - #33045 
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err darren laughsilly
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VSGTS14 Aug 4, 9:59pm - #33046 

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Originally Posted by RicePowered
Originally Posted by VSGTS14
hey darren...google it up. thumbsup


I did but most is universal fit. I was just wondering if anyone has a good place to get them. That's how I came across MVP. grin


try other search engines. Did you type in "Celica GT Steel Brake Lines"
idk try something. Get MVP's if you can't find any. grin

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HJC_Celica Apr 20, 6:01am - #33047 
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Try Goodridge, they are the company that makes the brake lines for TRD!!! Very good rep. from what i have heard. Tirerack can get them, for the GTS forsure didn't check GT as i don't have one. If you are in Canada Best Buy Proformance can get them for the best price.
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