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  • #31
    Someone PLEASE post up this so called mystery Ford OEM brake fluid with 550-580F dry boiling point !!!

    this one is dot 3 and is 500F
    https://www.amazon.com/Genuine-Ford-...+3+brake+fluid

    their dot 4 is 520F
    Last edited by bellwilliam; 02-05-2018, 10:28 AM.
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    • #32
      I've been using the ProSpeed 683 with good results. I bleed them after each race weekend. Amazon sells it so it's easy to get here at the house.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by bellwilliam View Post
        Someone PLEASE post up this so called mystery Ford OEM brake fluid with 550-580F dry boiling point !!!

        this one is dot 3 and is 500F
        https://www.amazon.com/Genuine-Ford-...+3+brake+fluid

        their dot 4 is 520F
        I don't think it ever actually was 550F boiling point, that was likely just the word on the street and people spread that info.

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        • #34
          Do you mean OEM rather than OME?


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          • #35
            Originally posted by DocWalt View Post
            I don't think it ever actually was 550F boiling point, that was likely just the word on the street and people spread that info.
            Most likely true. As I heard it, tried it and had no problems. So I did not look any deeper.
            But then again, why use the brakes. they just slow you down...lol
            That's not a Typo, I just can't spell no so well.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by Gian View Post
              Most likely true. As I heard it, tried it and had no problems. So I did not look any deeper.
              But then again, why use the brakes. they just slow you down...lol
              FWIW I never had issues with cheap $7/liter Valvoline (something like 480 degree boiling point?) from the parts store up the road even while melting the Carbotech pads I was using. So... YMMV lol

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