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Braided brake lines for V7 brembos into V3 type r

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Hey team wanting to confirm before ordering, what are the appropriate brake lines to get for a brembo conversion into a V3 type r? My searching apparently says run V7 lines but I'm unsure if a) that's correct and b) if they will screw into the V3 hardline?


Will also be going through the `fun` of trying to find adaptors for the rear cos I have single pots. Any NZ recommendations that pass cert or is it better ordering from Torque solutions or the like?

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25 minutes ago, RaKid said:

I ordered gc8 braided line set when putting brembos in my gc8 and they worked perfectly fine.

Mint I'll hit up Racetech when they open on Tuesday for some GC ones then


2 minutes ago, blitzd808 said:

An option for the rears would be to try to get the r160 nz new wrx hubs that came with 2 pots. DBA then do a rear disc that suits the brembo rears without doing anything dodgy to the handbrake.

I believe (although this is by searching so who knows....) that with the weird v3 hubs (r180 single pots), all I would need would be 

1. Dogbone adaptor to fit calipers

2. Some DBA brake discs (supposedly DBA 2657 is the one that works with the handbrake) or some larger shoes to use the bigger rotors. Unsure which is cheaper atm lol as apparently both work?

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Ah, i mightve misread your initial post. I actually have a set of v5 rear hubs that fit the 2 pot rear caliper - i tried to fit them  to my BC but they wouldnt fit the rear end so im guessing they are r180 ones. That might sort out your dogbone adapter issue if you want to move away from that. 



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