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      07-28-2009, 03:43 PM   #1
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Track Junkies - Super High Boiling Temp Brake Fluid

"Picture this..... You're at Mazda Raceway/Laguna Seca, you've come out of the Corkscrew, managing to pick up a little speed and get the inside line, you touch the brakes for Turn 9, Rainey Curve, brakes feel great; solid pedal with a firm feel, back on the throttle at the apex, heading toward Turn 10, again on the brakes, a little more than for Turn 9, into the apex and down the short chute to Turn 11. Hard on the brakes coming into Turn 11, trail-braking down to the apex and back hard on the throttle for the long front straight run down into the Andretti Hairpin for another lap..."

How many people are interested in a super high temp brake fluid?

683.2 F (361.8 C) Dry Boiling Point
439 F (226.1 C) Wet Boiling Point


That is higher than AP PRF!!!
607 F dry, 399 F wet boiling point

Higger than Motul 600!!!
594 F dry, 421 F wet boiling point

Higher than Brembo LCF600!!!
601 F dry, 399 F wet boiling point
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      07-29-2009, 11:00 AM   #2
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We're always interested in good products!!! How much is it?
If it is cost effective, compared to Castrol SRF, then I'm sure "we" will use it.

Reason why I use the expensive SRF is that it has a very high "wet" boiling point (Dry 590/Wet 518) , so I don't need to flush it every event. I do a full flush in the beginning of the season and then little bleeds every so often...definately cheaper long term that doing the full flushing of the Motul every month.
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      07-29-2009, 11:32 AM   #3
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We're always interested in good products!!! How much is it?
If it is cost effective, compared to Castrol SRF, then I'm sure "we" will use it.

Reason why I use the expensive SRF is that it has a very high "wet" boiling point (Dry 590/Wet 518) , so I don't need to flush it every event. I do a full flush in the beginning of the season and then little bleeds every so often...definately cheaper long term that doing the full flushing of the Motul every month.
I agree with you on the SRF, in a long run it is cheaper.

There are other benefits of this new brake fluide. More tech info to follow later.
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I may be interested.
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      08-04-2009, 10:57 AM   #6
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Prospeed RS683 Xtreme Performance Brake Fluid

What does your brake pedal feel like?
Isnt it really about control? Why do you see track guys using the blue stuff (or the other cheap brake fluids) come in after a 20 minute session and bleed the brakes? Because they demand the best pedal feel and control from their brakes in the every session. In other words, unless they bleed the system after each run they don't trust their brake fluid to give them the control and pedal feel they want.

Are you getting all the control and performance from your brake system? New Prospeed RS683 is the newest and highest performing brake fluid available today. With the extreme boiling point of 683.2 Fahrenheit (361.8 C) and produced with CompressionFree blending technology, Prospeed RS683 gives you the a virtually compression-less experience for the trusted, consistent, firm pedal control you demand, whether you're on the street or on the track.

Experience the trusted control to brake deeper, harder and longer with Prospeed RS683 today. Order now!

Specifications:
683.2 Fahrenheit (361.8 Celsius) Boiling Point
439.7 Fahrenheit (226.5 Celsius) Wet Boiling Point
Meets and exceeds all FMVSS 116 DOT 3 & DOT 4 requirements
Miscible with all other DOT 3, DOT 4 & DOT5.1 compliant brake fluids
1 F (.5 C.) High Temperature Stability
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2 bottles per full flush?
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      08-04-2009, 01:33 PM   #8
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2 bottles per full flush?
Yes, you should be able to get away with two 1/2 liters per flush.

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