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Wilwood 290-6209 EXP 600 Plus Racing Brake Fluid, 500 ML Bottle
Wilwood 290-6209 EXP 600 Plus Racing Brake Fluid, 500 ML Bottle

Wilwood 290-6209 EXP 600 Plus Racing Brake Fluid, 500 ML Bottle

Hobby Stock, Micro Sprint, Midget, Sprint Car, 16.9 fl. oz. Liquid Measurement

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Wilwood 290-6209 EXP 600 Plus Racing Brake Fluid, 500 ML Bottle
Wilwood 290-6209 EXP 600 Plus Racing Brake Fluid, 500 ML Bottle
Wilwood 290-6209 EXP 600 Plus Racing Brake Fluid, 500 ML Bottle
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Wilwood 290-6209 EXP 600 Plus Racing Brake Fluid, 500 ML Bottle
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  • Brake fluid is highly refined blend developed for extreme performance under the high heat
  • Comes in a 16.9 fl. oz. bottle
  • It has been tested to 626° F with a wet boiling point of 417° F
  • Engineered to exceed any DOT or SAE specifications
  • DOT 4 type brake fluid

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GTIN Code:
889545069518
Liquid Measurement:
16.9 fl. oz.
Brake Fluid Type:
DOT 4
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Dry Boiling Point: 626 F. Wet Boiling Point: 417 F.
Dry Boiling Point:
626 °F
Wet Boiling Point:
417 °F

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EXP 600 Plus is a highly refined blend developed for extreme performance under the high heat and extreme pressure of professional motorsports. EXP 600 Plus has been tested to 626° F with a wet boiling point of 417° F. These numbers far exceed any DOT or SAE specifications. 

It is true that racing brake fluids need to have high boiling points. It is also true that fluids need to have low moisture affinity to slow the natural absorption rate of water vapor. But the true test of any high temp brake fluid is how well it resists aeration and compressibility after it has been heated and pressure cycled a few hundred times. The real test is at the track. EXP has been proven to maintain firm pedal feel and quick response, long after others have failed. 

Note: For optimum performance, EXP 600 Plus should not be diluted with any other brake fluids. Add new fluid to a clean system. 

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