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Ultra Lite Brakes 900-1012 Hot Fluid Brake Fluid, 12 Oz.
Ultra Lite Brakes 900-1012 Hot Fluid Brake Fluid, 12 Oz.

Ultra Lite Brakes 900-1012 Hot Fluid Brake Fluid, 12 Oz.

Oval Track Cars, 12 fl. oz. Liquid Measurement

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Ultra Lite Brakes 900-1012 Hot Fluid Brake Fluid, 12 Oz.
Ultra Lite Brakes 900-1012 Hot Fluid Brake Fluid, 12 Oz.
Ultra Lite Brakes 900-1012 Hot Fluid Brake Fluid, 12 Oz.
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Ultra Lite Brakes 900-1012 Hot Fluid Brake Fluid, 12 Oz.
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MFG. Part #:
900-1012
Liquid Measurement:
12 fl. oz.
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600 degree dry boiling point.

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Ultra Lite Brakes Hot Fluid is an extreme service racing brake fluid. This high temp brake fluid has a 600 degree plus dry boiling point which makes it ideal for severe braking conditions. Hot Fluid is a non-silicone base fluid that will not turn black like most competitive brake fluids. The fluid also has special additives that aid in lubricating and gauling. Guaranteed "O" ring friendly.

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Brake fluid has two seperate ratings, dry and wet boiling points. DOT 3 ratings are 401 degrees dry and 284 degrees wet, while DOT 4 is 446 degrees and 331 degrees respectively. The instant you open a can of brake fluid it starts absorbing moisture from the air, and 3% moisture will take DOT 3 fluid below 284 degrees. DOT 5 fluid is synthetic and gives you a spongy pedal. We don't recommend it! (Use DOT 4)

We have all seen red hot rotors or smelled hot brakes - this tells you that your fluid has boiled and pulled in moisture. Remember that water boils at 212 degrees and when it does, it expands and vapor-locks. This leaves you with no brakes. That's why Indy cars change the brake fluid every time they go on the track.

  • Use only the highest rated DOT 4 fluid
  • Run a fresh can of fluid through the system a few times a year
  • If you open a new can of fluid, use it or throw it away
  • Never mix fluid of different ratings
  • Get yourself a brake bleeder and use it often

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  • This item ships via Ground Shipping only. Expedited and Air shipping options are not available.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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