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These E46 stainless steel brake lines are a must for any tracked or spiritedly driven E46. These will offer quicker pedal response, while being able to maintain consistent brake pressure. This means an improved brake modulation feel, especially during threshold braking. This is by far the best bang for buck mod for your E46 braking system. Rubber lines are cracking by this age in the E46 life and can be dangerous if not replaced. Even when new, the stock rubber expands when you press the brake pedal. They expand under the normal pressure of use. This expansion of the brake line negatively affects the brake caliper piston travel, and makes for mushy pedal feedback. Stainless steel brake lines improve braking performance. USA made and DOT compliant.
These lines replace part numbers 34326766966 and 34301165174 .
BRAKE FLUID IS ONLY AVAILABLE FOR ORDERS SHIPPING WITHIN THE USA. INTERNATIONAL SHIPMENTS CANNOT CONTAIN FLUIDS.
These lines fit 3 series (E46 only) BMWs except E46 M3, and IX cars. If you have any questions regarding fitment of your BMW E46, contact us!
Inner Teflon® line is covered with a woven stainless steel braid that will not expand under pressure. The advantages include better brake pedal feedback and a firmer pedal, along with superior brake modulation. The results will be immediate! Not to mention they are fully compliant with DOT Standards (MVSS-1006), have a lifetime warranty, and are burst-tested to 6000psi ( the maximum tested pressure from a BMW braking system is 1200psi).
Unlike other brands out there, our brake lines have Teflon® inner line covered with a woven layer of stainless steel and covered in an abrasion-resistant material (plastic covering). We even have plastic end pieces so there is no exposed steel fibers. Be sure to have a qualified installer to make sure they are responsible for correct fitting and bleeding procedure as recommended by BMW. As brake line installation is a safety-related item, the installer assumes all responsibilities and risks associated with brake line replacement.