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Wicked_Crash

CR Brakeline

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I did it, routed the cable behind the numberplate. Did not work too well.

#1. My brakes were still squishy;

#2. The new cable was "kinked" a little from the routing, and it started leaking, so I went back to stock.

Waste of my money, but I think others have had much better luck that I.

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brandonw

What kind of line did you use?I was going to get the rideengineering line that is made for the wr.Was this the one you used?

Thanks

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The ride engineering line is decent. The line has fittings that move around to eliminate the kinks. I have been using one for several months and have had no problems.

Did it help the mushy brakes? Maybe a little. I had much better luck :) changing the stock akebono mastercylinder for a Honda CR model. If the line improved performance 10%, I would be surprised.

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I believe that the line I had was manufactured by Fastline, or something very similar to that. FastSOMETHING....

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I had much better luck changing the stock akebono mastercylinder for a Honda CR model.

How much $$$$$$ for the Nissan master cylinder...???

I really do miss my Honda's brakes! :)

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I bought mine from someone on ebay. I only paid 30.00 or so.

Still, considering the short line was 60.00, the cylinder was a bargain. I had previously rebuilt the Akebono, so I know it was working as well as it could have.

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