Stainless Steel Brake Line 88-91 Honda Cr-x/crx Ed8/ed9 Blue on 2040-parts.com
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Stainless Steel Braided
Teflon Hose Brake Lines
Stainless steel brake
lines improve pedal feel and reduce the amount of time between
applied pedal pressure and actual deceleration by preventing
expansion, which stock rubber lines allow. This provides a
quicker pedal response, and allows the driver to maintain
consistent brake pressure and precision. These lines consist of
a Teflon inner line that is covered with a layer of stainless
steel woven braid.
The Teflon tube is very resistant to expansion under pressure
and will not degrade from exposure to brake fluid. The stainless
steel braid provides support for the Teflon and the weave is
extremely durable against incidental impact and abrasion.
Specifics and Benefits:
Teflon Hoses, which are Wrapped with Stainless Steel Braid
Coating Designed to Resist Extreme Weather, Chemicals and
Abrasion for Long Term Value
Eliminates Sponginess under Heavy Braking with Better Responses
Replacing Stock/ OE Rubber Hoses, which Possibly Explode;
Reduces Expansion with Improved Braking and Firmer Pedal Feel
Eliminates Brake "Fade" while Giving Better Mid-Braking Feels
across the Entire Spectrum.
Enhances Reliability and Safety
Lines Overall Lengths: 2 X 23.50"/ 2 X 17.25"
Pre-Assembled Direct Bolt-On Design for Ease of Installation
Technically Superior and Racing Proven
the Guidelines of the US Department of Transportation
Professional Installation is Highly Recommended (No Instruction
1 X Set
(Front + Rear) of Racing Brake Lines as Shown in the Picture
Honda CRX 88-91
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