Braided brake lines are only legal for stock-class cars if they're 10 years old (or older) -- that's where the '92 comes from.
O.Z.: That says "any brake linINGS" -- that means any brake pads or shoes, not brake linES.
Also, the short-throw shifter does throw you out of stock. A part has to be available from the factory as an option (not a dealer- or port-installed option, but a factory-assembly-line-option) to be legal for stock class.
Dan00: Remember the mantra: "If it doesn't say you can, you can't"