I'd recommend getting lines for both ends of the car so I didn't affect the bias any by having lines that transmit more of the pressure impulse from the MC without losing it as line flex.Right now I'm just using the stock brakes with HPS Hawk brake pads on the front. I'm planning to purchase a pair of Goodridge SS brake lines for the fronts.
What kind of brake fluid would you recommend?
Why don't you see the SS lines to be worth it? I heard that it makes a night and day difference.HPS will fade for certain at the track. I would not track on anything less than Hawk HP+ or some Cobalt Friction pads. ATE Superblue fluid is good/cheap and fairly available.
I dont see the $ and effort you spent on lines to be worth it personally.
Well I cant speak for FA5, but on an Integra Type R the difference was marginal. You will get much bigger brake gains with a set of dedicated track oriented pads (not HPS) + high temp fluid (ATE etc) than with the stainless lines.Why don't you see the SS lines to be worth it? I heard that it makes a night and day difference.