fluid has been developed for racing applications where higher than
normal temperatures are being experienced, like when using
carbon/carbon discs and the ultimate in brake fluid performance is
ultimate high performance brake fluid. It far exceeds
the standards of DOT 3 and DOT 4 brake fluids. The
package is filled with nitrogen to increase shelf life and
eliminates contamination while factory sealed.
SRF exceeds DOT 4 specifications. Designed for heavy
braking on heavier type cars.
BLUE AND ATE TYPE 200
DOT 4 requirements
- Minimal decrease of boiling
point due to excellent water locking properties.
- Non-foaming when filling and
bleeding the brake system.
- Excellent corrosion
protection due to selected additives.
- High safety tolerance
against steam bubbles.
- Makes brake fluid changing
intervals of up to 3 years possible.
Wet and Dry Boiling
The Dry Boiling Point is the
temperature at which a brake fluid will boil in its virgin
non-contaminated state. The highest temperature Dry Boiling Point
available in a DOT 3 fluid is 572º F.
The Wet Boiling Point is the
temperature a brake fluid will boil after it has been fully
saturated with moisture. The DOT 3 requirement for wet boiling point
is a minimum temperature of 284º F.