Stainless brake lines are cool...
... when someone else makes them. I packed up my brake lines... ALL of them, even the clutch line. I sent my lines off to Classic Tube located in upstate NY. I kinda got laughed at when I told them what kind of car I had since no one has ever requested lines. But anyway off my lines went. The master to prop valve, prop to front, prop to rear, and the front connector line for the soft lines. Oh and the clutch. I pretty much failed with trying to make my own. I could not get the Master to proportioning valve to seal.
So 1 month later at a cost of $300 (plus about $50 total in shipping) I have these... rather sexy pieces.
So once you go stainless... You get stainless hardware...
Now remember that nasty ass subframe? With saggy rubber bushings? and lame active toe links?
Well I contacted Chuck at Bonehead Performance. I was pleased with my valve cover he did for me so I took a little road trip down to NJ with my rear subframe, mustache brace, trailing arms, lower arms, and some mounts. I really enjoyed meeting him and his dad and seeing their powdercoat colors. Awsome place, I recommend them, pleased with everything.
Before I jump to those pictures. I picked up a set of Jay Racing toe link eliminators.
We don't need no water let that motha focka burn!!!
Some welding and minor changes...
So after powdercoat... Mirror Black
Now I also need to thank JNZ Tuning for dealing with Mitsu. These guys helped me find a lot of stock parts from eccentric bolts, dust shields, e-brake cables, wheel bearings, ect. Just a good shop to deal with. I'm not trying to advertise these people as I get nothing from it but, more of a heads up. I've delt with a lot of big names. When I find a good shop, I stick to it.
My new subframe mounts and new bolts from JNZ, powdercoated by Bonehead Performance
I also cleaned up my new 4 bolt with LSD and added new seals
So I'm still going to need fuel. Since afterall I did have a broken line. I do not plan on having crazy horse power with this car. Its not my style and well... this car WILL SEE WINTER. So I'm running -6 feed and return line.
To make it simple I bulk headed the sending unit and made a custom fitting for my pump using part of the stock unit...
Don't mind the blue bulk heads, my black ones will be here tomorrow (yes, all focking black fittings)
So I'm at the point of mock up. I decided my fuel filter would be better under the car. I don't want to look at it.
So I wait for my 2 45* fittings to arrive tomorrow