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December 20, 2005, 12:13 PM

i have been looking for race spec fuel and oil lines for my ZX12R but there where no kits available on the market. The only one who had something was a company called Earl's race products but they requested me to get all the sizes and the fittings style that the bike had, and for sure i didnt know. Because you have to break down the bike in to pieces in order to do that. Does anybody know a company that could provide me Braided fuel and oil lines for high temp and pressure?
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I know Goodridge makes brake lines. you may want to check with them


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Earls does great work.
Just send them the old stuff.


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it takes a long time to disasemble the whole bike in order to sent them and wait for their fedback thats what holds me back from doing so
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I know Goodridge makes brake lines. you may want to check with them
i did contact them allready but they said that they had only the brake lines and they also talled me the shop that i could purchase them from.
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December 21, 2005, 10:17 AM

Get the parts and make your own. Making braided lines or formed aluminum tube lines is not hard.

You can go steel braided or aluminum. They also have a black braided line now as well that is pretty trick looking.
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Get the parts and make your own. Making braided lines or formed aluminum tube lines is not hard.

You can go steel braided or aluminum. They also have a black braided line now as well that is pretty trick looking.
where did you find that because i havent found anything like that yet
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http://www.paragonperformance.com/
you can find the bulk braided steel lines here, as well as the fittings for it
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you can find the bulk braided steel lines here, as well as the fittings for it
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