Originally Posted by STALKER
SRF would have run you over $100 alone no?
You might also consider AP Racing PRF if you are concerned about extreme temperature performance. This is a fluid used by many teams in NASCAR Sprint Cup, the highest sustained temperature application for iron rotors on the planet. No, they aren't M3's, but with 3500 lbs., 750+HP and only 15" wheels and skinny 9" tires, those hippos on roller skates can sure burn up brakes!
PRF is known to have a slightly
lower boiling point than SRF, but the recovery is much better if it ever does boil (about 95% vs. about 70%). This means is doesn't completely go to crap in the unusual event it does boil. It lists for $29.99/500mL bottle, but you can probably find it for less from forum vendors.