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Motul Brake Fluids for the street or the race track

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Motul lubricants protects and takes care of you and your vehicle. From engine and transmission oils, to coolant and brake fluids, Motul offers you a huge selection of products to suit almost any application.
The Motul range of 100% synthetic brake fluids comprises of 5 different options which are specifically engineered for the highly-developed vehicles of today, including:
• RBF (Racing Brake Fluid) 600 and 660 Factory Line;
• DOT 3&4, DOT 4 and DOT 5.1 Brake Fluids.
The RBF 600 Factory Line and RBF 660 Factory Line are a poly glycol-based brake fluid designed for the most demanding racing conditions. Poly glycol-based brake fluids are less compressible compared to those that are silicone-based even when heated, which prevents a spongy-feeling brake pedal in instances of long and hard brake application. Both RBF 600 and RBF 660 Factory Line are compatible with all types of hydraulic-actuated brake and clutch systems requiring a non-silicone synthetic fluid.

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Developed to resist high temperature and wet-weather conditions with a high dry boiling point of 312°C and a wet boiling point of 216°Cfor extreme thermal resistance and stability, RBF 600 Factory Line is specifically designed to resist the high temperatures of racing brakes.Itis superior to conventional DOT 5.1 (non silicone-based), DOT 5 and conventional DOT 4 (silicone-based) brake fluids, which ensures effective braking is maintainedat all times throughout races.

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RBF 660 Factory Line features a dry boiling point of 325°C, higher than RBF 600 Factory Line. It isdesigned to resist the extreme temperatures generated in carbon and ceramic racing brakesystems, which can rapidly rise to over 900°C in extreme conditions,however it can also be used with conventional steel brake discs.
RBF 600 and RBF 660 Factory Linegreatly exceeds the performance of DOT 3, DOT 4 and DOT 5.1 standards.Combined with their outstanding anti-vapour lock performance, RBF 600 and RBF 660Factory Line have become well-trusted brake fluids in many races.
RBF Factory Line brake fluids should not be mixed with brake fluids of lower performance, particularly silicone-based or mineral-based (LHM) brake fluids.

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Motul DOT 3&4 Brake Fluid is a polyglycol-based brake fluid designed for normal driving andin all types of applications including hydraulic-actuated brake and clutch systems meeting DOT 4 and DOT 3 manufacturer’s recommendations. The dry and wet boiling points of 245°C and 155°C respectively is superior to regular DOT 3 and DOT 4 brake fluids, which allows DOT 3&4 to last longer in your vehicle. It is also perfectly neutral and anti-corrosive, so you can be sure the seals in your vehicle’s braking system won’t suffer as a result.

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Motul DOT 5.1 Brake Fluid is a polyglycol-based brake fluid for all types of hydraulic-actuated brake and clutch systems in accordance with DOT 3, DOT 4 and DOT 5.1 manufacturer’s recommendations. It maintains a higher dry and wet boiling point of 272°C and 185°C respectively compared to DOT3&4 and DOT 4 brake fluids. The lower viscosity of 820mm2/s allows for easier fluid circulation in the brake lines,making it particularly suited foranti-lock braking systems (ABS) as well as heavy-duty uses such as fleet vehicles or trucks.
Motul DOT 3&4, DOT 5.1 and RBF 600 and 660 is mixable with other non silicone-based brake fluids.
For more information on the full range of Motul Brake Fluids

 

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