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      03-12-2012, 05:22 PM   #23
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My hands are healing and I must say the upgrade is worth it.
Next time hire us for the job!

Now, put those 380mm Stoptech rotor to good use.
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Now, put those 380mm Stoptech rotor to good use.
Shipping the car to Cali would be cost prohibitive.

The rotors are on!
Thanks for the advice regarding time-serts worked like charm.
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Well put mkPOTO, the seems to be a reduction in the delay, a much more brake-by-wire feeling.

The pedal feels great.

How much SRF did you use? I just bought 1 liter and am about to install the SS lines also. Thanks
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Well put mkPOTO, the seems to be a reduction in the delay, a much more brake-by-wire feeling.

The pedal feels great.

How much SRF did you use? I just bought 1 liter and am about to install the SS lines also. Thanks
It took me a full liter to do my brake system, I had to get another liter to bleed it again after I pulled the mass amount of fluid with a vacuum bleeder.

I would get two to be safe.
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It took me a full liter to do my brake system, I had to get another liter to bleed it again after I pulled the mass amount of fluid with a vacuum bleeder.

I would get two to be safe.
Agree with this. You will probably use just under or just over 1 liter in my experience. Get 2 liters to be safe.
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