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Old 01-31-2018, 01:33 PM
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I have a whole setup including lines for sale if your interested. https://ls1tech.com/forums/parts-cla...it-f-body.html
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Do you need the brake lines with the 90 in it at the banjo fitting or will the straight line work? should i just get the 2010+ camaro front line?
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Originally Posted by Eatinstang4life View Post
Do you need the brake lines with the 90 in it at the banjo fitting or will the straight line work? should i just get the 2010+ camaro front line?
The stock lines nor the Corvette/CTS lines will fit properly. Contact a place like
KORE3 (not sure if they are a vendor on here but they are listed in the CTS-V sticky?) and see what they recommend based on what your application is.
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Originally Posted by 5.7stroker View Post
The stock lines nor the Corvette/CTS lines will fit properly. Contact a place like
KORE3 (not sure if they are a vendor on here but they are listed in the CTS-V sticky?) and see what they recommend based on what your application is.
I've read some places that the 2010+ camaro lines will work? guess i read something wrong.
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Old 02-05-2018, 09:22 AM
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Originally Posted by Eatinstang4life View Post
I've read some places that the 2010+ camaro lines will work? guess i read something wrong.
They very well could, but I'd call one of those places like KORE3 to confirm.
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Old 02-05-2018, 10:01 AM
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Lines for gen 1 ctsv caliper on ls1 fbody
http://www.flynbye.com/catalog/i62.html

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Originally Posted by dojob View Post
Lines for gen 1 ctsv caliper on ls1 fbody
http://www.flynbye.com/catalog/i62.html
If you refer to this package the lines are different in the photos. The one you provided has a bent fitting.

http://www.flynbye.com/catalog/i209.html
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Originally Posted by Eatinstang4life View Post
If you refer to this package the lines are different in the photos. The one you provided has a bent fitting.

http://www.flynbye.com/catalog/i209.html
The link dojob provided is correct. The picture in the link you provided is a stock photo of some other lines without bent fitting.

You want the bent fitting.
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Originally Posted by 5.7stroker View Post
The link dojob provided is correct. The picture in the link you provided is a stock photo of some other lines without bent fitting.

You want the bent fitting.
The description states CTS-V upgrade and stock rear lines. i was going to upgrade the rear lines while i open the system up. I will contact them just to make sure i get what i need. Thanks guys
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Originally Posted by Eatinstang4life View Post
The description states CTS-V upgrade and stock rear lines. i was going to upgrade the rear lines while i open the system up. I will contact them just to make sure i get what i need. Thanks guys
That link means
-ctsv front calipers
-stock rear calipers

all lines are braided

But confirm if you have traction control (4ch abs) or not (3ch abs). The difference means 6 lines for 4ch abs and 5 lines for 3ch abs

but yes call and confirm and tell them what you need and what your car has, then there's no confusion on both ends.
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Just did completed this. Omg the braking bite is amazing.
Attached Thumbnails CTS-V Brake Install w/ Pics-photo449.jpg   CTS-V Brake Install w/ Pics-photo999.jpg  
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Mostly just showing off lol.

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