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Chris Sawatsky
03-19-2003, 11:20 AM
who's got a good price on this stuff?
I'd like to get a case of it, but with half blue and half gold (for easy flushing)

joeg
03-19-2003, 01:02 PM
Chris--You can substitute "Genuine Mercedes Benz" fluid for the gold.

planet6racing
03-21-2003, 01:36 AM
BMP Racing. $7.95 a quart, as advertised in Grassroots. They may put up a small fight, but they will give it up at that price.



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Bill
92 Saturn SL2 (SCCA ITA)
93 Saturn SL2 (Daily driver/backup car)
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Corradoracer
05-03-2003, 01:50 AM
Best price around www.247-parts.com (http://www.247-parts.com).

Corradoracer
05-03-2003, 01:53 AM
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ilateapex
05-03-2003, 08:52 AM
Take a look at Valvaline SynPower Brake fluid at your local parts place. It is very close to ATE with boiling points and much cheaper and off the shelf localy.

ATE Dry Boiling Point - 536 F
SynPower Dry Boiling Point - 502 F

ATE Wet Boiling Point - 392 F
SynPower Wet Boiling Point - 343 F

Just happen to have a can of each.

Lots of my track buddies have switched and since we change fluid all the time no one I know has had a problem with boiling fluid.

Michael

erlrich
05-03-2003, 11:49 AM
On a related note, is there anything that you can use (safely) to 'dye' the fluid, to make it easier when flushing? I know ATE makes the blue and gold fluids, but I'm using Motul.

Thanks



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Earl
ITA 240SX in process

pgipson
05-04-2003, 01:06 AM
I've been using the Valvoline Synpower brake fluid with good success in my Spec RX7. The dry boiling point is pretty high and the price is reasonable. and I can get it at the local Checker. I bleed the brakes after every weekend, and so I am probably replacing it 3 or 4 times a year.

Jake
05-05-2003, 02:53 PM
I used to use the Valvoline stuff until I started racing at NHIS. I would routinely boil the fluid. Since I switched to Blue, I haven't had a problem.