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Which stainless steel brake lines are better quality Goodrich or Z1 Premium. The Z1's look black in color on Z1's site.

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Old 10-24-2014, 09:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Which stainless steel brake lines are better quality Goodrich or Z1 Premium. The Z1's look black in color on Z1's site.
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Which stainless steel brake lines are better quality Goodrich or Z1 Premium. The Z1's look black in color on Z1's site.
I have the Z1 lines... I have had no issues and its a night and day diffrence...
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I have the Z1 lines... I have had no issues and its a night and day diffrence...
That's the direction I'm learning towards.
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I have the goodridge ones and love 'em...very very nice.
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I've had Goodridge lines on a different car. No issues. I don't think there's really much of a difference so just flip a coin.
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I've had Goodridge lines on a different car. No issues. I don't think there's really much of a difference so just flip a coin.
It was tails. Ordered Z1 premium.
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It was tails. Ordered Z1 premium.
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Z1 premium have a cleaner install.

But it does not make a noticeable difference. That is only coming from the fresh bleed done at the same time. You can get the same with the stock lines.

If you're not tracking any fluid will do equally.
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