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Wilwood 290-2210 570 Brake Fluid, 6 Pack 12 oz Bottles
Wilwood 290-2210 570 Brake Fluid, 6 Pack 12 oz Bottles

Wilwood 290-2210 570 Brake Fluid, 6 Pack 12 oz Bottles

Oval Track Cars, DOT 3 Brake Fluid Type, 573 °F Dry Boiling Point, 313 °F Wet Boiling Point

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Wilwood 290-2210 570 Brake Fluid, 6 Pack 12 oz Bottles
Wilwood 290-2210 570 Brake Fluid, 6 Pack 12 oz Bottles
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GTIN Code:
889545069501
MFG. Part #:
290-2210
Brake Fluid Type:
DOT 3
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Dry Boiling Point:
573 °F
Wet Boiling Point:
313 °F

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Wilwood™s specially formulated Hi-Temp° 570 Racing Brake Fluid has a minimum 570° F. dry boiling point of to withstand the severe heat requirements of automotive racing. Hi-Temp° 570™s low viscosity allows easy bleeding of your brake system, eliminating aeration of the brake fluid caused by foaming due to excessive pumping of the pedal.

Hi-Temp° 570 comes in convenient 12 ounce containers hermetically sealed to guarantee against unwanted absorption of moisture which can drastically lower the fluids boiling point (fluid from larger containers tends to become contaminated with moisture, lowering its boiling point and making it unsuitable for racing applications.

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