order number: LM-25000
At some point you have to decide which Brake Fluid will you use for your faithful brakes! Each year, three of the leading car magazines confront the most important car brands with the opinion of its readers. LIQUI MOLY was clearly at the top. So why not go for the best?
all Sram, Avid, Formula, Hope, Hayes brakes
Dry Boiling Point at 270o C
Fluids containing Polyglycol ethers are regarded as DOT 3, 4, and DOT 5.1. These type fluids are hydroscopic meaning they have an ability to mix with water and still perform adequately. However, water will drastically reduce the boiling point of fluid. Boiling point is point when your brakes will definetlly fade. So it is wise to choose the best brake fluid.
|DRY BOILING POINT||WET BOILING POINT|
WET BOILING POINT – The minimum temperatures that brake fluids will begin to boil when the brake system contains 3% water by volume of the system.
DRY BOILING POINT – The temperatures that brake fluid will boil with no water present in the system.