OKYour brake lines aren't even secured from flopping around. What's to stop it from getting sucked into the axle or snagging the tires under full lock? Or rubbing on whatever until it fails? I can't believe you think that's acceptable to do, go ask any real mechanic if that looks ok and let me know what they say.
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1: I'm still waiting for your valid explanation as to why a Banjo bolt MUST be used for the brakes to "work". Seriously, Mitsubishi didn't even use Banjo Bolts on the OEM 3000GT Calipers lol The fact that you actually think they are needed or it "won't work" is hilarious.
2: The line isn't secured because i just connected it to illustrate the fact that the STM fittings/Lines can be used directly to the Caliper. In reality there is only enough slack in that line to have full articulation lock to lock. By running the line through the OEM Brake line black in the wheel well with a rubber grommet there is no where near enough slack to come close to a tire or the axle at any time. Theoretically you could run them this way relatively safely though i probably won't and will make a brake for them.
3: Don't be a tool. You can take that "Real Mechanic" shit the fuck outta here... I didn't say i was an F1 Engineer over here but i am also not so dumb that i think a specific type of fitting is needed on a hydraulic line to make a brake caliper work... SMH
Im done here
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