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Old 1st July 2009, 11:22   #1 (permalink)
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FN2 braided brake lines and racing brake fluid

I have a Stoptech braided brake line and racing brake fluid package available for the FN2 Type R. This transforms the pedal feel and braking performance on fast road or track with a 312 degrees C fluid preventing any loss in braking performance under heavy use.

The Stoptech hoses are the first to come through with the correct fittings and mountings as original with no problems on MOT etc.

Package comes with the front pair of hoses and 4 hoses for the rear including 1 litre of Motul RBF600 racing brake fluid for 219.00 inc vat.

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Old 6th July 2009, 22:00   #2 (permalink)
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Dave, how much would just the hoses be, inc delivery to Aberdeen? Cheers!
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Old 7th July 2009, 11:30   #3 (permalink)
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Dave, how much would just the hoses be, inc delivery to Aberdeen? Cheers!
Hi!

The hoses including delivery is 199.95 inc vat.

I can get these out today if you can call me with your card and address details etc.

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Dave Roberts.
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Old 7th July 2009, 12:10   #4 (permalink)
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Thanks fr gettin gback to me so quickly. Am currently away, but will be back in a coupla weeks and will call you then. Thanks again.
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Thanks for getting back to me so quickly. Am currently away, but will be back in a coupla weeks and will call you then. Thanks again.
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ABP, any chance on revising prices for R owners? im not an R owner...but you can pick the kits up on ebay for 60 quid each...so 120 total plus the extras maybe more...

but

my dad had this done on his gt-r.... for the same price..and thats a 50+k machine.. so that kind of money is justified.

seems like a fair bit... and its really only there for die hards... it does make a difference... braking is a lot more positive on the gt-r..

each to their own
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Old 7th July 2009, 14:15   #7 (permalink)
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kits on ebay are generally 4 line kits not 6 line as required for the fn2
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extra 100 more for a 6-line kit, is it worth?
would like to know the different between 4 and 6 line kit.
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Old 7th July 2009, 18:47   #9 (permalink)
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extra 100 more for a 6-line kit, is it worth?
would like to know the different between 4 and 6 line kit.
go for the 6 line kit or stay OEM.

i choose hel 4 line kit and it was a big disappointment when i realise that the only way to secure the front hoses was using plastic tireups...not so safe i believe!

the price is high but its a new kit with no other competition so if you want to choose now its the only way.......maybe after a while goodrich and others bring up something equal and i'm sure the price will go down.e

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Thanks allagios, was going to get the HEL, but I think I can forget about it now.
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These kits are well worth the price trust me. I put a set of braided hoselines on my Starbo and it made hell of a difference without spending loads on nw brake upgrade kits
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also i believe that the braided kits that you have to use tie ups on are an straight mot failure..... thats where these kits have the monopoly in the long run./
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Old 8th July 2009, 09:22   #13 (permalink)
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whats that chris? you fail MOT?
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I have a Stoptech braided brake line and racing brake fluid package available for the FN2 Type R. This transforms the pedal feel and braking performance on fast road or track with a 312 degrees C fluid preventing any loss in braking performance under heavy use.

The Stoptech hoses are the first to come through with the correct fittings and mountings as original with no problems on MOT etc.

Package comes with the front pair of hoses and 4 hoses for the rear including 1 litre of Motul RBF600 racing brake fluid for 219.00 inc vat.

That is not totally exact...
Differences between Goodridge and Stoptech brake lines???
Goodridge are cheapier.






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Old 8th July 2009, 11:39   #15 (permalink)
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but any better?
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Old 8th July 2009, 11:57   #16 (permalink)
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Where to buy Goodridge brake lines for FN2?
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goodridge are grade A+
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yea and how much are we talking about?
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Address: K300 Ltd, 10 Pentland Close, Hazel Grove, Stockport, Cheshire, SK7 5BS, England.
Telephone: 0161 355 1275
Fax: 0161 355 5134
GOODRIDGE braided brake hoses and fittings

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Here, in Spain, we could buy goodridge brake line kit for:
Reference: SHD0360-SB
Price = 98€ + iva =113.68€ (aprox: 85 + VAT)

We can buy them at: Vagspeed ( http://www.vagspeed.com/ )
But I am totally sure that you could find them at the UK.
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