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Old 02-17-2016, 03:49 PM   #36
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If you're pushing your car hard with any type of track performance, you should just go up to Dot 5. Its not that much more $.
Or go crazy and use some Motul 600 or Motul 660, like I do!

Fluid - Dry boiling point
DOT 3 --- 401 °F
DOT 4 --- 446 °F
DOT 5 --- 500 °F
Motul600 - 600°F
Motul660 - 660°F

I learned my lesson the hard way & boiled my brakes at the track (on my old car):

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Old 02-18-2016, 12:03 PM   #37
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I swapped to DOT 4 a couple months ago and it worked so well I never bothered installing my McLeod stainless steel clutch line. I still have the clutch spring too. Haven't been to the track with the fluid yet though.

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