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GoodRidge Stainless Steel Coated Clutch Line (Part Number: )
GoodRidge Stainless Steel Coated Clutch Line (Part Number: )
GoodRidge Stainless Steel Coated Clutch Line (Part Number: )
GoodRidge Stainless Steel Coated Clutch Line (Part Number: )
GoodRidge Stainless Steel Coated Clutch Line (Part Number: )
GoodRidge Stainless Steel Coated Clutch Line
Subaru STI 2004-2005
Read 7 Reviews | 1 Q&As
Part # 24215-CLU-STICL
msrp: $29.86

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Features & Product Details

RallySport Direct is proud to carry the GoodRidge Stainless Steel Clutch Line. This is an excellent OEM replacement that helps promote a quicker response from the pedal to the clutch for improved performance. 

Here are the details:

  • PTFE inner hose covered by braided stainless steel
  • External Teflon coating
  • Won't expand under pressure 
  • Delivers immediate pressure from the brake pedal to the clutch slave cylinder for a faster response
  • Comes with a new banjo bolt, copper o-rings, and c-clip
  • Specifications

    Brand: GoodRidge
    Coated: Yes
    Material: Stainless Steel
    Mfgr. Warranty: Limited Lifetime Warranty
    Condition: New Product
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    GoodRidge Stainless Steel Coated Clutch Line 2 years ago
    5out of 5stars

    Want quality, you can't get better than Goodridge stainless steel lines! Gotta them for the brakes to.
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    high quality 3 years ago
    5out of 5stars

    fits right , comes w/ all the stuff
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    Fitment on GC8 confirm!  4 years ago
    5out of 5stars

    I swaped my GC8 with a STI 2004-2007 Clutch Master Cylinder, I had the use the OEM rigid/metal hose, and this flexible stainless hose fit there perfectly!
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    Direct bolt on 4 years ago
    5out of 5stars

    great product and direct blot on. clutch pedal feel lighter after used
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    Top Quality Part Perfect Fit Moderate Difficulty 4 years ago
    5out of 5stars

    This is a nice upgrade when replacing the factory clutch with a stiffer pressure plate. Follow the shop manual for proper installation. Requires removal of top mount intercooler and starter. Disconnect the fittings from the old line then connect the new line. Then remove the slave cylinder from the transmission and c-clamp the cylinder snugly. To bleed press the clutch pedal and keep it pressed. Open the bleeder for 1-2 seconds. Then closer the bleeder. Reset clutch and repeat. Easier to do with two people but I used a lever from my floor jack to press clutch.
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    • Q: clutch pedal feels funny  midgelet8840397 years ago

      After installing the braided clutch line the pedal feels super soft and there seems to be about 3 inches of clutch pedal free play now, i bled the system 3 times to make sure there was no air in there. im just wondering how or y the free play seems to be way off.. is there some sort of adjustment i can do to bring the pedal feel back up.
      • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

        A:  I have also had this issue several times in the past, you may want to remove the slave cylinder from the top of the transmission and hold it above the master cylinder with the bleeder valve pointing up, then proceed with bleeding the system. If that does not work, which would come from air in the master cylinder, I would do a search for Bench Bleeding as that is a sure fire way to get air out of the master cylinder. Thanks.

        Rick C. @ RallySport Direct 7 years ago  
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      • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

        A:  Easiest way to bleed your actuator is to tighten up all here lines without bolting the actuator into the trans, hold the actuator valve above the reservoir and bleed it right there. When you have no more air in the system, tighten up the bleeder screws and bolt the actuator back up, takes about 10-25 mins and never fails. I've tried every way and that's by far the easiest and most effective.

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