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Hi,

Just about to change my brake fluid (before the next track day!) and I was wondering if any of you knew where I would be able to get some ATE Super Blue Brake Fluid. I called Crappy Tire and Parts Source and neither carried it some I'm guessing its more of a specialty thing.

Thanks!

P.S. I messaged BattleEndless and asked them if they carry. If they do then that would be awesome!
 

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J-StarR said:
Hi,

Just about to change my brake fluid (before the next track day!) and I was wondering if any of you knew where I would be able to get some ATE Super Blue Brake Fluid. I called Crappy Tire and Parts Source and neither carried it some I'm guessing its more of a specialty thing.

Thanks!

P.S. I messaged BattleEndless and asked them if they carry. If they do then that would be awesome!


Not sure. B.E will probably have it they road race hardcore lol
 

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J-StarR said:
Hi,

Just about to change my brake fluid (before the next track day!) and I was wondering if any of you knew where I would be able to get some ATE Super Blue Brake Fluid. I called Crappy Tire and Parts Source and neither carried it some I'm guessing its more of a specialty thing.

Thanks!

P.S. I messaged BattleEndless and asked them if they carry. If they do then that would be awesome!
you got pm and yup we do carry the super blue racing brake fluid.
 

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AznSupastar said:
u bastard, not fair! u can't upgrade! lol, my oil is down to 5%...may be i should do an oil change b4 track day.

I'd definately do an oil change if you're down to 5%
 

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stock_07 said:
what's the boiling point of that stuff???
Took this off their site:
-Blue tint of fluid makes bleeding brakes easier
-Ideal for race use, excellent choice for street driven vehicles, too
-Boiling point minimum: 536 degrees F
-Wet boiling point minimum: 388 degrees F
-Viscosity at -104 degrees F: max 1,400 mm 2/5
-Designed to last up to 3 years under normal highway driving conditions
 
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