MOTUL - Brake Fluid
MOTUL - Brake Fluid
Motul's brake fluid line of products, includes everything from DOT 3, DOT 4 and DOT 5.1 to Racing Brake Fluids. Whether used in normal or extreme conditions, you can be assured that Motul will have something suitable for your specific type of application for peace of mind and a smooth journey.
*Note - Price Is PER 500ML.
RBF 700 Factory Line - Motul (Racing Brake Fluid) RBF 700 is a high-performance brake fluid developed to offer highly consistent and maximum braking power at the extremes of brake temperature generated by racing carbon and ceramic brakes.
- Can be used with conventional steel discs.
- Can be used for clutch systems actuators.
- RBF 700 responds to DOT 4 standard allowing the fluid to be used in high performance vehicles for road application.
very high dry boiling point (336°C / 637°F) is superior to all conventional brake fluids DOT 5.1 (260°C / 500°F mini) and DOT 4 (230°C / 446°F mini), and therefore enables effective braking in most extreme conditions.
DOT 5.1 - Long Life Fully Synthetic Fluid, POLIGLYCOL bases; Standards: FMVSS 116 DOT 5.1 NON-SILICONE Base, DOT 4 and DOT 3, SAE J 1703, ISO 4925 (Classes5.1, 4 AND 3); Dry Boiling Point: 269C/516F; Wet Boiling Point: 187C/369F.
RBF 600 Factory Line - Push the limits of your performance with the Motul RBF 600 FACTORY LINE Brake Fluid. This high-tech fluid is designed specifically for hydraulic actuated brake and clutch systems, providing exceptional stability under intense conditions. Its high boiling point of 312°C (594°F) maximum guarantees an efficient braking system even after a prolonged period of hard driving or racing. Motul RBF 600 also stands out for its remarkable resistance to moisture, preventing brake fade and the corrosion of brake system components. It’s a preferred choice among motorsport enthusiasts due to its ability to maintain viscosity, thus ensuring smooth brake pedal feedback. Formulated with polyglycols, this top-tier brake fluid complies with the international standards of FMVSS 116 DOT 4, SAE J1703 and ISO 4925. The Motul RBF 600 FACTORY LINE delivers a quantum leap in reliability and safety, making it a game-changer in extreme performance and racing applications. Unleash your car’s potential and enjoy the ride with the power of Motul!
Each bottle is filled with Nitrogen, increasing shelf life and eliminating contamination while factory sealed.
RBF 660 Factory Line - The Motul RBF 660 Brake Fluid is an ultra-high-performance product engineered specifically for demanding driving conditions. This fully synthetic brake fluid surpasses the boiling point of conventional DOT 3 and 4 fluids, with a dry boiling point of 325°C/617°F and a wet boiling point of 204°C/400°F. This excellent thermal resistance ensures reliable braking under the most intense conditions, providing total reassurance to the driver.
The Motul RBF 660 is an ideal choice for both road and track use due to its outstanding anti-vapor lock capabilities. It can withstand the high temperatures created by racing and heavy braking, preventing any sudden loss of brake pressure. It also exhibits a higher viscosity index, which means the fluid remains effective at high temperatures without being overly thick at lower temperatures.
This brake fluid meets the strict standards of both FMVSS 116 DOT 4, ISO 4925, and SAE J1703, highlighting its superior performance. The fluid also displays outstanding resistance to corrosion and oxidation, ensuring long-lasting results. Moreover, the Motul RBF 660 is compatible with all kinds of braking system materials, including those used in the latest models with ABS.
In conclusion, the Motul RBF 660 Brake Fluid is a high-quality product that guarantees uncompromised and top-notch brake performance in all conditions. Whether used for high performance road or competitive track use, the fluid’s impressive properties ensure a safer and smoother driving experience.
For all types of hydraulic brake and clutch actuators requiring non-silicone Synthetic fluid. Specially designed to resist extreme high temperature generated by racing brakes (carbon and ceramic) only allowing a minimal air entrance for brake cooling.