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Old 12-11-2017, 10:43 PM
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Re: Brake Pads

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Originally Posted by Steven Scala View Post
Install SRF (or any seal-swelling silicone-based fluid, for that matter) if you plan to rebuild your calipers at least once a season and need those last couple dozen degrees of heat resistance. If not, then stick with a 'conventional' non-silicone (i.e. glycol) based brake fluid like Motul RBF660 or RBF600, or (if you really want the stiffest possible pedal feel and don't much care for availability) Endless RBF650.

Don't just take my word for it. http://www.ctbrakes.com/brake-fluid.asp
SRF is not silicone based ... it's DOT4, not DOT5, and it works 100% of the time, and never fails. Period. I would never go back ... we used it in all our cars, and had zero issues with fluid. Bleed the brakes a coulpe times a season ... maybe. Gonna have to disagree without your sources on this on, Steven
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