Juice Lubes | Dot 5.1-High Performance Brake Fluid (130ml) - Cycling Boutique
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Juice Lubes | Dot 5.1-High Performance Brake Fluid (130ml)

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DESCRIPTION

DOT 5.1, High-Performance Brake Fluid
A World Cup proven, high boiling brake fluid that’ll keep your brakes firing hard on the biggest and nastiest of Alpine descents.

Dot 5.1 Brake Fluid will guarantee beautiful brakes all the way from the chair lift to the bar. It has a super-high boiling point to keep brakes sharp and fade-free and will perform well on the longest, nastiest of Alpine descents.

Tested at World Cup downhill races and white-knuckle summer Morzine laps, Dot 5 works with Dot 3 , 4 and 5.1 Glycol-Ether based fluid systems.

Don’t forget. Brake Fluid is good but it won’t work with badly bled brakes, rubbish rotors and pooped pads. Always keep your brakes tip top so Brake Fluid can work its magic.

Not suitable for Dot5 silicone based or mineral oil based systems.

  • 130ml

Product Info

DOT 5.1 Brake fluid is a high-performance brake fluid for use in all DOT 3, DOT 4, and DOT 5.1 Glycol Ether-based hydraulic brake systems.
It must not be used in DOT 5 Silicone-based or Mineral oil-based hydraulic brake systems under any circumstances.

  • The extremely high dry boiling point of 269°C
  • The wet boiling point of 187°C
  • Stable through a wide temperature range resulting inconsistent brake feel and performance
  • Doesn’t cause “brake fade” or “pumping”.
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