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Old 05-22-2012, 08:35 AM   #1
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Trying to find where i can purchase 600 degree brake fluid. Actually needing it for my clutch fluid as i believe its the same. I have tried looking at discount auto and advance but didnt see it. I did see some sold on a couple performance websites but it didnt really give any specifications on it. I will be doing my brakes and need to replace the fluid as well soon so i wouldnt mind buying something good so i can use it for both. I know the higher rating will help with overheating and hard driving
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I personally use Wilwood EXP 600+ in both my clutch and brake system.
It has worked awesome for me so im happy to recommend it.
When I was looking for a good Clutch/Brake fluid I wanted a good one that didnt cost a crazy amount and this product kinda hit that balance well.
There are higher rated fluids, and more expensive ones, but for a mostly street car, the Wilwood does really well.
I ordered mine from Summit, fyi. One bottle did my clutch and brakes both with a bit left over.
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I personally use Wilwood EXP 600+ in both my clutch and brake system.
It has worked awesome for me so im happy to recommend it.
When I was looking for a good Clutch/Brake fluid I wanted a good one that didnt cost a crazy amount and this product kinda hit that balance well.
There are higher rated fluids, and more expensive ones, but for a mostly street car, the Wilwood does really well.
I ordered mine from Summit, fyi. One bottle did my clutch and brakes both with a bit left over.
Hope this helps.
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Thx. I just placed my order.
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ATE super blue is good up to 598* a lot of people use that stuff i just ordered some for when i do my clutch at the end of the month.
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Super Blue is good stuff also, ive only heard good reports about it.
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Got mine from Summit.
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Motul RBF 600.

Why are you wanting it exactly, for your clutch?

Its only going to fix the issue of it not disengaging temporarily. It will eventually boil, get dirty, etc...and the boiling point will be lowered.
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Good for brakefluid, if youre road racing your car.
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