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Old 09-21-2008, 03:06 PM
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general brake line question---

I'm using acura legend type II calipers along with my 5 lug conversion on my 4th gen prelude---

the brake line has to loop like this in order to fit into the little thing for it to go into on the caliper.

Is it ok that it kinda bends like this or am im going to run into trouble in the future?

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Re: general brake line question---

I dont' think that will be an issue as long as it's a smooth bend.
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Re: general brake line question---

I agree that shouldn't cause any problems as long as the line doesn't get to pinched to cut off the supply
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Re: general brake line question---

as long as there is no kink in the line you will be fine. the hose maintains the same diameter throughout so it still allows constant flow and pressure.
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Re: general brake line question---

should be fine.
not like its a turbo return line.
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Re: general brake line question---

looks fine to me. Did you notice a difference in performance with the new calipers?
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Re: general brake line question---

haven't gotten there yet, i'm about to start work on the rear.

There was a buncha **** in my front end that i had to replace, or fix as I went along so thats the reason its taking longer than I expected.
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