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      04-27-2012, 05:49 PM   #34
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I bought stoptech SS brake lines and it comes with 6 lines. 4 for rear, 2 for front. I'm still using OEM calipers, is there only 2 in the rear and 2 in the front?
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Yes this is right. They do provide some extension lines for the rear but they aren't required.
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Any inputs on pedal feel guys?
Guys, the extra 2 lines are for the Drivers Side rear, they are tucked way the hell up in there and kind of hard to get to. See "Bubbles" post here: http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthr...stoptech+lines

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The 2 additional brake lines are not extensions. If you didn't replace the 2 lines it could be the reason why your pedal doesn't feel stiff. I didn't replace those lines until yesterday, because they are a bitch to get to and you need a very short 11MM wrench to get to it. After I replaced those lines and re-bled my entire system and flushed with Castrol SRF my brakes feel much better
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