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Old 11-17-2010, 11:33 PM   #21
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Summit Racing ( http://www.summitracing.com/parts/SUM-220236/ and http://www.summitracing.com/parts/SUM-220237/?rtype=10)
in Akron sells rolled Stainless Steel brake line with the stainless fittings, I think if and when I need to replace lines I will go with Stinless Steel brake lines
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Summit Racing ( http://www.summitracing.com/parts/SUM-220236/ and http://www.summitracing.com/parts/SUM-220237/?rtype=10)
in Akron sells rolled Stainless Steel brake line with the stainless fittings, I think if and when I need to replace lines I will go with Stinless Steel brake lines
ZZP actually sells those for some more money, but they're already made to fit your car and are enjoyed by several members here. I believe 95naSTA tried those (from the links) braided stainless lines, but they didn't work out.
http://www.zzperformance.com/grand_p...ts1.php?id=655
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please post some more pics, i i love that colour
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Summit Racing ( http://www.summitracing.com/parts/SUM-220236/ and http://www.summitracing.com/parts/SUM-220237/?rtype=10)
in Akron sells rolled Stainless Steel brake line with the stainless fittings, I think if and when I need to replace lines I will go with Stinless Steel brake lines

No, stainless is sooo hard to work with and need a special flaring tool since its soo hard.

Get the NiCor line, its a nickel-copper alloy. Doesnt rust and super super super easy to bend and flare

At work we no longer use standard brake line. The NiCor is around double the cost, but saves sooo much time and effort on install.
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It'* a good idea to wash your car with Kerosene to remove the wax buildup and then use a Cleaner Wax (I used Meguires), then a Carnuba wax (Smells like Bannans), I wax the inside all of the jambs as well but I only wipe the external body and leave the heavy wax for the winter in the spots you don't see.
Yeahh once winter is all over, I will completely strip the monte of all the old wax so I can start the car show season with a truly fresh wax =) my detailing process is intense, this is basic explanation and I use alllll Meguair'* products....clay bar, cleaner wax (smell like banana laffy taffy lol), polish, nex gen tech wax 2.0 paste wax, liquid wax, buff & polish the wheels (I'm gonna try to clay bar them this coming up season), then the stupid windows (hate windows! & once again I'm gonna try to clay bar them next car show season), fully interior clean (vacuum, plastic protectant/cleaner/polisher, then leather cleaner/protectant/polisher, clean door sills, jams, blah blah blah!), engine bay area obviously and then quik wax and quik detailer once I get to the show. & sadly, I'm sure I prob missed something in there
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