What is racing brake fluid?

What is racing brake fluid?

RACING BRAKE FLUID is a high-performance brake fluid developed for MOTOREX Race Support. Thanks to its extremely high wet and dry boiling points, the product is ideal for use in racing. RACING BRAKE FLUID can be mixed with conventional DOT 3 and DOT 4 fluids with no problem.

Is Racing brake fluid worth it?

If your car is relatively light and modestly powered, fresh synthetic fluid is most likely enough for your needs. For heavier, more muscled track steeds, however, high-performance fluid is well worth the switch. After a hard day at the track the entire brake system should be flushed and refilled with fresh fluid.

How do I know what brake fluid I need?

The best way identify what type of brake fluid your car needs is to check your owner’s manual. You can also check the master cylinder reservoir cap to identify the type of brake fluid used in your vehicle.

What is high-performance brake fluid?

Temperature Rising Enter High-performance brake fluid. This fluid still meets DOT standards, but features a much higher dry boiling point. How is this accomplished? By refining out as many impurities as possible, engineers are able to boost the heat resistance of the fluid by an impressive amount.

What is the best brake fluid for racing?

Our pick for the best brake fluid is the Motul Dot-4 100 Percent Synthetic Racing Brake Fluid. While it’s slightly pricier than other brands, it improves pedal feel, protects against water penetration, and increases performance for both daily drivers and racers.

Can you use racing brake fluid on the street?

They are useless for any performance application under this scenario. A low performance street fluid will almost never attract that much water, even in 5-7 years. For this reason, race fluids should never be used on the street unless you bleed the system every few months.

Can I add DOT 4 to DOT 3 brake fluid?

Are DOT 3 and DOT 4 brake fluid compatible? Yes, DOT 3 brake fluid is compatible with DOT 4 brake fluid. However, DOT 4 offers a higher boiling point. DOT 5.1 is used in high-performance and heavy-duty applications due to its high boiling point.