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Old 18-Jan-2013, 11:50 AM
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998 brake hoses on 996?

In the process of replacing the calipers on my 996 BIP with 998 ones.

Obviously i need new brake lines so my question is - will 998 twin line ones be the correct length for my 996 or will i need to get set custom made?

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Old 18-Jan-2013, 01:30 PM
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ones for a 998 should fit OK,
I take it you mean your fitting 998S/998R calipers as the 998 Bip ones are the same as the 996 Bip.
Mastercylinders are also the same
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Old 18-Jan-2013, 03:22 PM
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ones for a 998 should fit OK,
I take it you mean your fitting 998S/998R calipers as the 998 Bip ones are the same as the 996 Bip.
Mastercylinders are also the same

Yes the 4 pad ones.

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Old 31-Jan-2013, 10:34 PM
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ones for a 998 should fit OK,
I take it you mean your fitting 998S/998R calipers as the 998 Bip ones are the same as the 996 Bip.
Mastercylinders are also the same

So would you say that is was these ones;

http://helperformance.com/store/prod...oducts_id=3974

and not these ones?

http://helperformance.com/store/prod...oducts_id=3931

They are both two line ones and are the same price, so would the difference be the type/angle of fitting and/or the length of the line?

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It will be the ones for the 998S, the 998BP 2-Pad calipers with the two retaining pins have the banjo bolt screw in from the top. the P4 4-Pad calipers on the 998S have the banjo bolt screw in from the side, which means the lines are a little longer and the Banjos are at a different angle
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Old 01-Feb-2013, 01:08 PM
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It will be the ones for the 998S, the 998BP 2-Pad calipers with the two retaining pins have the banjo bolt screw in from the top. the P4 4-Pad calipers on the 998S have the banjo bolt screw in from the side, which means the lines are a little longer and the Banjos are at a different angle

Thanks for the info. I'll order the S ones then.

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