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What is the real benefit of these? It looks like the Russell's are about $80 for the front. I will be using the non-power SSBC kit.
 

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You get a bit more hydraulic pressure to the calipers because the braided lines won't give like a rubber line does. By give I mean swell when pressure is applied.
 

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I purchased these but have yet to install them. They do not match up to the hole in the bracket. The hose has a D shaped pilot and my brackets have a 12 pointed hole. The same problem with the rear hose. I have not spent much time working on how to solve this, but I guess the simplest method will be having someone weld something to the brackets with the correctly shaped hole.
 

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I put Baer brakes on mine and the lines that came with the kit fit into the stock brackets. Might want to check with them.
 

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Your brakes will brake better, with less risk of breaking.
Plus they look cooler.
I know they made a huge difference on my old Katana 1100.
 
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