Champion Racing 4055 Heavy Duty Brake Fluid, DOT 5, 12/11 Ounce
DOT 5 Brake Fluid Type
Champion DOT 5 Silicone-Based Brake Fluid is a polysiloxane based fluid designed for use in non-ABS hydraulic braking applications. Unlike glycol-based fluids, our silicone-based brake fluid does not affect paint finish and does not absorb moisture. Champion Silicone DOT 5 also has a much more consistent viscosity profile and provides excellent lubrication of brake system components – leading to more consistent brake feel and longer component life.
- Low vapor pressure eliminates vapor lock
- Extremely high dry and wet boiling points
- Does not absorb moisture
- Does not peel or blister paint or finish
- High viscosity stability improves brake feel in all climates
- Conforms to FMVSS 116 (DOT 5) and MIL-PRF-46176B
- Sold as case of (12) 11 Ounce Bottles
*Note-Do not use in ABS-equipped braking systems. Does not mix with DOT 3, DOT 4, or DOT 5.1 fluids
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