Absolutely, no problem, will hopefully have that info to you by end of Tuesday:-
A Biker too, eh? I used to be into bikes, but after being knocked off by a brown Austin Allegro, rapidly came to the conclusion, that a permanent wooden overcoat awaited me if I continued...!if it had been driven by a nun, could have been the basis for an excellent joke
After the bike forum discussion, I expect you know the only real benefits of braided lines over rubber are the lack of expansion on initial pressure and the longevity over rubber; after that they'll perform virtually identically. Often (in my experience) guys that replace them on road cars are changing components that have many miles on them, so they will be a bit stretchy, and as you say, the new fluid gives you that ' what a difference!' Feeling, but if your hoses/fluid are recent factory fit then, unless you're Seb Vettel, you'd be hard pressed (bad pun) to tell. Different story on the track, though. Once had a prang on a bike when a mech forgot the spacer on the rear brake lever; first time I used it, went under the crankcase and instantly locked the rear; that really was an 'off/on' situation!
Next time you service the 147, why not get a set? They will outlast the car, and aren't another mortgage, they really are a one time, fit and forget job.