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Motul RBF600 Racing Brake Fluid

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Motul RBF600 Racing Brake Fluid

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Motul RBF600 is a 100% Synthetic brake fluid engineered for competition use. Specially designed to resist the high temperatures of Steel & Carbon brakes.

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Description

100% synthetic fluid for hydraulic-actuated brake and clutch systems. Specifically designed to resist the high temperatures of actuated (steel or carbon) racing brakes and clutch systems.

EXTREME THERMAL RESISTANCE AND STABILITY: Motul RBF600 has an elevated boiling point of (312 C / 593 F) which in turn enables effective braking even under the extreme conditions of competition.

VERY EFFICIENT IN WET CONDITIONS: the very high wet boiling point (216?c / 420?F), is superior to conventional brake fluids and provides a particularly efficient braking system in rain and retards the apparition of vapor lock. NORMES : FMVSS 116 DOT 4 / SAE J 1703 / ISO 4925.

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Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 6 x 4 x 2 in

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