New rubber lines work quite well. The whole purpose of 'stainless' braided lines is that they use a Teflon tube inside to stop the hose from expanding under pressure giving a more firm direct pedal feel. The stainless braid doesn't stop the expanding, the Teflon does, the stainless braid is a protection layer for the Teflon tube.Anyone install stainless braided brake lines? Notice much difference over stock? If so, what brand did you buy? Recommendations?
What did you get to replace the strut mounts and shocks?Yeah, even though I have SS lines, GDII is correct, regular rubber lines are fine. SS lines are more for bragging rights.
I'm not altogether surprised that no one has mentioned replacing the strut mounts if they haven't already. That was just as much a dramatic change as new shocks for me.