****EDIT 05.10.08 - Added pics for the rear SS lines, new calipers and rotors.****
Well I finally got this little project done.
I worked with ZZP to get stainless braided brakes lines made for the 00+ H-bodies. This past weekend I was able to do a complete brake fluid flush and get the front lines installedd along with the F-Body aluminum dual piston calipers.
The front lines fit great...no extra slack, no binding or tightness. The rears fit perfect.
When installing the front lines, you have to reuse the front stock bracket to hold the brakeline away from the tire/wheel. I pryed the bracket open with a screwdriver/prybar. I used a piece 2" piece of 1/4" I.D. fuel hose, sliced down the center to cover the new line. I sprayed some WD-40 to slide the black hose into position in the bracket. Once it'* in the bracket, the friction between the black hose and the clear covering on the brakeline prevent it from moving.
The rear lines are a straight-forward swap.
The caliper kit includes everything you need to mount up the calipers. No need to drill and tap the brackets. They bolt right up.
Here'* the items I bought from ZZP:
F-Body Brake Kit (minus rotors and pads)
Stainless Brake Lines
Bought from AutoAnything.com
EBC 3GD Sport Rotors
Fronts: Part# GD7005 (2001 Trans-Am)
Rears: Part# GD7193 (2003 SSEi)
Bought from TireRack.com
Hawk Performance Ceramic Pads
Fronts: Part #: HB249Z.575 (2001 Trans-Am)
Rears: Part #: HB359Z.543 (2003 SSEi)
Here'* the pics: