Repair or replace, your choice, moriver!
If you're satisfied with the OEM brakes, disregard; since you consider a steel-braided brake line, perhaps you're not!
My experience; I installed an EBC oversized rotor (320 mm?) and stainless-braided front brake line on my Generation 1; profound difference; improvement in controlling stopping, IN MY EXPERIENCE, perception and discernment! Generation 2s come with larger rotors and dual-piston calipers; the improvement would not be noticeable on the later models, I'd think.
Wouldn't make any bets on shortened stopping distances, but . . . the braided line makes the caliper respond immediately to the brake lever; no "squish," as with the OEM rubber tube. The faster response means shorter distance traveled 'til the caliper grabs the disk, seems to me.
The oversized rotor may offer more stopping power leverage, but . . . its main advantage appears to me to be the improvement in modulation of braking; control if you will--the degree and timeliness of the braking action seems much more up to the rider.
Oh, yes; YMMV!
Last edited by Damocles; 04-06-2013 at 05:24 AM.