StopTech 950.33013 Stainless Steel Brake Lines provide a quicker pedal response, maintaining consistent brake pressure and precision brake modulation, especially during threshold braking. Adding a set of StopTech Stainless Steel Brake Lines to your performance vehicle will provide an immediate improvement to brake performance and pedal feel from the very first stop.
StopTech Stainless Steel Brake Lines meet DOT Compliance Standards, and every line is 100% tested in-house to a pressure of 4,500 PSI.
Benefits of StopTech Brake Lines:
- Includes all hardware needed for safe and proper installation
- Compliance with TUV and FMVSS 106 safety standards
- Quicker response time shortens stopping distance
- U.S. DOT registered brake line manufacturer
- Strain relief devices reinforce end fittings
- Improved pedal feel and modulation
StopTech 950.33013 Brake Line Vehicle Fitment:
StopTech Brake Line Manufacturing:
StopTech brake lines consist of an expansion resistant Teflon inner line, which is then covered with a layer of stainless steel woven braid. The stainless steel braid provides support for the Teflon and the weave is extremely durable against incidental impact and abrasion. Finally, StopTech brake lines are coated with a clear abrasion resistant cover for maximum protection against chaffing and particle intrusion. All necessary brackets and fasteners are included with each line kit.
StopTech Brake Line Installation:
StopTech Brake Lines are designed as direct replacement parts and include provisions for routing attachments on the stock suspension. While the design is tolerant of slight modifications to the intended vehicle, any excessive lowering or raising of the vehicle may make the lines unsuitable for use on that particular car, truck, or SUV. If an aftermarket suspension is on the vehicle, the stock mounting points may not be on those components.
If alternate routing or modifications are required, it is the sole responsibility of the installer to assure that the lines are not binding or touching any part of the suspension or drive train. Inspect the line routing through the entire range of suspension travel, both up and down and left-to-right. If there is any question as to whether or not the install is correct, do not drive the vehicle until there is absolute assurance the lines are safely routed.
About 1.5L of fluid will be needed to bleed the system after installation. Inspect all lines at every brake fluid flush interval.