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Old 05-08-2005, 01:07 AM   #1
Hikaru
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Join Date: Oct 2004
Location: Corona, CA
Vehicle:
2007 Impreza WRX
Aspen White

Default Earl's Stainless steel brake line kit. WRX

Car: '05 WRX w/9,500 miles.

Virgin Installation time: 30min first front corner, 30min first rear corner, 15min next front corner, 15min next rear corner.

Difficulty: LOW-MODERATE

Product Review: The cost to improvement ratio is very even on this mod. I completely cheaped out by only replacing the lines, not the pads or even rotors. I wanted to know the improvement on my existing setup so I am not overwhelmed by the new pad feeling as well as rotor replacements. I must say that the brake pedal became bit firmer under regular driving, and under harder driving conditions the brake pedal felt MUCH firmer and the braking sensation can be described as consistant, on the mark, whereas the stock lines offered a vague pedal sensation, and a "is my car really braking" feeling under high speed braking.

If anybody is interested in doing this mod to their car PM me, and I can give you some info.
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