Stainless Steel Braided Teflon Brake Hoses could very well be the easiest and least expensive way to upgrade your braking system. Brakewarehouse offers Stainless Steel Brake Lines from Techna-Fit. From the auto enthusiast to race car teams, Techna-Fit has what you're looking for with unbeatable prices and delivery time.
In any braking system there is flex – in the pedal, in the caliper, but most of the flex is in the hose. Every time you step on your brake pedal, up to 1500 pounds of pressure moves brake fluid from the master cylinder to the caliper. Most of the way, the brake fluid moves through rigid steel lines. Unfortunately, these steel lines cannot complete the journey all the way to the caliper because movement in the line is necessary to connect a non-moving part (the chassis) to a moving part (the brake assembly as attached to the wheel). These connecting hoses are made from rubber and nylon. Even with the nylon braiding inside the hose, when that much pressure hits it, it will expand. This expansion, or flex, weakens the braking system as it allows for loss of energy meant for the calipers. With a Stainless Steel Braided Teflon Brake Hose, this flex is reduced dramatically – for quicker pedal response and shorter braking distances .
Techna-Fit offers a large selection of brake line kits complete with all of the fittings and bolts for easy assembly. Using custom specifications, Techna-Fit will try to duplicate as close to OEM as possible, including brackets and mounting hardware. Techna-Fit can make many different types of kits — call Brakewarehouse at 1-888-344-4949 for details.
All of Techna-Fit's assemblies are assembled in-house, to stock or custom specifications, and meet D.O.T. Certification for MVSS-106 specifications.
Typical delivery time is 7 to 10 days since all of Techna-Fit's Brake Line Kits are custom-made to order. Call Brakewarehouse at 1-888-344-4949 to order.
Due to the complexity of OEM brake line kits, some of Techna-Fit's kits may not exactly match the OEM applications – minor modifications may be necessary due to these variations between rubber and stainless steel brake lines.
For more Brake Line offerings, see Custom Brake Lines.