: Brake Fuid



supratovcoupe
08-11-12, 12:25 AM
I took my vCoupe to track about 3 weeks ago
Cooked the fluid after the 2'nd session
(pedal to floor) Would just changing fluid to Motul fix me up? TIA....Mark B.

jenlain
08-11-12, 12:31 AM
Yes. Motul 600 before every track day.

Airfoto
08-11-12, 10:58 PM
ATE Blue or ATE 200, both = 600+ temps.

M5eater
08-12-12, 11:32 AM
Motul RBF 600/660 is what most people use around here. 600 is going to be the best bang for buck.


ATE Blue or ATE 200, both = 600+ temps.
Blue and ATE 200 have boiling points of 532. Motul RBF 600 is 592.

fluid will solve your current problem, however the next thing you're going to do after you've fixed the fluid is melt the pads.

jessrayo
08-12-12, 02:44 PM
I took my vCoupe to track about 3 weeks ago
Cooked the fluid after the 2'nd session
(pedal to floor) Would just changing fluid to Motul fix me up? TIA....Mark B.

Here is a link to my long description of brake woes at the track and what finally has fixed things.
http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums/2009-cadillac-cts-v-performance-mods/265917-high-stopping-power-brakes.html

Mr. LCP
08-12-12, 05:46 PM
Motul RBF 600 also keeps its boiling point higher as its gets wet. That's a nice feature if you don't change it every single time, and want a longer enduring fluid. It's not quite as good as Castrol SRF (which is expensive), but I think it's next best.

thebigjimsho
08-14-12, 10:46 AM
I just flush my Motul fluid once per year. If you do a bunch of track days, then more often...

supratovcoupe
08-14-12, 04:58 PM
Thank You....Mark