Goodridge Phantom Brake Lines - Chevrolet Corvette C5 and
Goodridge Phantom Series G-Stop Brakeline Kits are constructed from black
poly-coated stainless braided PTFE hoses with the highest-grade stainless steel
hose ends, banjos and bolts. In addition to providing a more responsive and firm
brake pedal by eliminating the “spongy” feel that often accompanies stock rubber
brake lines, Phantom Series G-Stop Brakeline Kits provide Goodridge’s race-bred,
long-term durability and performance.
To ensure proper fit and easy do-it-yourself installation, all necessary
hardware is included and matches the vehicle’s Original Equipment style used for
each application. Additional brackets and hardware are coated for appearance and
By conforming to all requirements of the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety
Standard Number 106, Goodridge Phantom Series G-Stop Brakeline Kits are U.S.
Department of Transportation certified and T.U.V. approved. All Goodridge
Phantom Series G-Stop Brakeline Kits go through a 9-point Quality Assurance
testing process that includes measuring tensile strength and the ability to
contain line pressure to 3,000 pounds per square inch.
Goodridge's Forever Guarantee
All Goodridge products marked accordingly on the packaging are guaranteed
forever. Warranty info included in packaging should be completed and sent to
Goodridge. Registration number on warranty card (also included in packaging) is
required when submitting a claim.
In the event of a claim, please return the product to Tire Rack for
inspection, repair or replacement as appropriate. Please quote the registration
number from warranty card in the event of any claim.
Warranty is transferable in the event of transfer of ownership. The owner
must write to Goodridge at the address below requesting a new registration
Brake components should be installed by a competent mechanic in a
professional manner. Any incorrect installation of brake components can cause a
major safety problem or an accident. If you are not a competent and qualified
mechanic you should not attempt to install these products, but should take the
vehicle to a vehicle dealer or competent automotive mechanic for their
Disc brake pads and rotors are wear items and as such, should be inspected
regularly and replaced as necessary.