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What are some Good( does not have to be super racing type) replacement hoses.....or should I just get some from advance autozone quest?
 

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Goodridge makes a good set of SS hoses to replace the rubber pieces. There are 8 sections on a MK2 so the price is a littler higher then normal..about $225 i think. I can tell you it makes a huge difference in the feel of the brake pedal and in performance..Dont forget a set of pads like the FBC greenstuff.
 

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Also check the Techna-Fit SS hoses. Some peeps had problems w/ the fitment connections matching up correctly, I didn't.
 

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I also have the techna fits, they've cleared up the problem a while ago, so nobody should have that problem again. Good quality and decent fit
 

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Is techna fits found on the Web?
 

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So I'm thinking get the hose set for the 1983 supra, considering I have an 85'? 115.00 not too bad.......So no one has had any real problems with these?
 

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Technafit sucks, but Goodridge is twice as expensive and has there own problems. Yes, the 1340 kit is the right one. They are the same for all MA61 and RA65 cars. There price is flexible to say the least. I paid $105 for mine (and could never use them) and people have paid more and less than that.
 

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Just curious, why do you say they suck? I haven't had any problems so far, and the install went just fine. Is there a problem with it's construction? Quality of product???
 

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Chris,

On some cars, some peeps were having fitment problems (where everything connects), others were not having probs. Same goes for the Goodridge lines. With the Technafit lines, supposedly the problem has been corrected (from what I've heard).

The braided hoses themselves are great.
 

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Flyin' Hawaiian said:
Just curious, why do you say they suck? I haven't had any problems so far, and the install went just fine. Is there a problem with it's construction? Quality of product???

Bought a set all the fittings were incorrect (switched around). Proceeded to call them about 15 times or so with promises of getting a new set "next week". Never showed up, ended up throwing them out. $115 dollars down the drain. I ended up having to use them for the BBK on my car. They fit but the quality isn't stellar. They forgot to put the clear covers on a few of the lines and half the groove for the retainer clips are too narrow. Unfortunately there aren't too many other choice in the brake line business that do custom stuff.
 
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