Car #: 78
Year : 1992 Posts: 69
I have looked for the last hour and can't find a definitive answer. Can we replace the clutch line with a braided line and if so, can we replace the curly q steel line as well with a "longer" braided line? Help is appreciated as my wife needs an idea for a Christmas gift.
Region: NWR / Oregon
Car #: 88
Year : 95 Posts: 2000
You don't get tempted to try and reuse that stupid bracket to attach the old clutch line to the back of the starter (which is a PITA and can result in a stripped starter if you force it). You don't find that the rattling noise in the engine bay is the bracket you didn't use and didn't zip tie out of the way. The engine doesn't mangle the curly-Q line during engine installations if it happens to hang up on the clutch slave requiring first un-mangling before hooking things back up.
All in all, a much cleaner and simpler installation.
-------------------- Keith Novak (Will work for tires)