Rule #1 before changing the fluid in your hydraulic disc brakes: consult your owner's manual or the manufacturer's website to make sure you know what to replace it with. Some brakes prefer petroleum-based mineral oil, while others spec synthetic brake fluid. Both have their advantages, but knowing which one to use is paramount to protecting your braking system's seals. Motorex DOT 4 Brake Fluid is specially formulated for brake systems calling for high performance DOT 4 brake fluid. Motorex DOT 4 Brake Fluid comes in a 250ml bottle and is compatible with brake systems that spec DOT 4 brake fluid. One is enough for several applications, although it can vary depending on your specific brake system.Please Note: Per UPS regulations, ORM-D items such as this must ship via surface transport: UPS Ground or UPS Standard (Canada). We are unable to ship ORM-D items Internationally, or to Alaska, Hawaii or Puerto Rico.
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I'm getting ready to install a new set of Formula Oro K24 brakes. The manual calls for DOT 4 brake fluid. I stopped in at Autozone and the closest thing I could find is a bottle of "Valvoline Synthetic DOT 3 & 4 Brake Fluid". Is this the right stuff? This is my first time installing brakes, so I wan ... Read More »
I need to bleed both my hopes and avids...just called auto zone in search of dot 5.1 or 4 fluid,they told me they do not carry it.
If someone can pass on the brand or make of a dot 5.1 or 4 that can be purchased at your local auto supply store let me know
thx...........:thumbsup:Read More »
Has anyone tried using the Valvoline synthetic DOTt 4 brake fluid in their hydo. brake systems? This fluid exceeds the current DOT 3 & 4 federal standards and has a higher boiling point. I am just getting set to bleed my Hayes brakes after installing some Goodridge lines and wanted to see if there w ... Read More »