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Re: Recomended clutch fluid??? (n737nc)

I have always used brembo LCF600.
 
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Re: Recomended clutch fluid??? (n737nc)

I like ATE Gold.
 
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Re: Recomended clutch fluid??? (n737nc)

I just flushed/filled/bled both the clutch and brakes with Prestone DOT4.
 
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Re: Recomended clutch fluid??? (n737nc)

Any name brand DOT 3 or 4 from your local part store will work perfectly.
 
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OK, thanks guys!

Oh, and Brett, still no sign of the stand. Might want to see if you can find that tracking # so we can hunt it down.

Thanks,
Nick
 
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FYI, ATE Super Blue stays blue for over a year (and looks shizzle)

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I've had several people ask about this product, so here's a link to one of many places that has it: http://www.raceshopper.com/ate_brake_fluid.shtml

The cost for a litre is a bit under $10 plus shipping, and there are others (just google it). If you change your brake and clutch fluid every year, this litre should last a few years at least.


Modified by erik996 at 1:59 PM 8/15/2005
 
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<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by erik996 »</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">If you change your brake and clutch fluid every year, this litre should last a few years at least.


Modified by erik996 at 1:59 PM 8/15/2005</TD></TR></TABLE>

brake fluid absorbs moisture over time from the air. I dont recommend keeping your excess fluid over a year. In fact I use ATE super blue, have for years. At its low price its easy to justify a new can each year.

just my 2 cents
 
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