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Project Mu G-four 335 G/four 335 Brake Fluid Now Available


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Hi All,

Following up on our recent announcement that we have been appointed as an official dealer for Project Mu, we are now able to supply Genuine Project Mu G/Four 335 Brake Fluid ...

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Project Mu G/Four 335 Brake Fluid is a 100% synthetic brake fluid for high performance driving. With a dry boiling point of 335°c and wet boiling point of 212°c this fluid offers excellent all round performance.

When upgrading your brake system, you should always improve the quality of your fluid to match the increased demands on your braking system.

Specifications:

- Dry boiling point: 335℃

- Wet boiling point: 221℃

- Type: 100% Synthetic

Pricing and more info is available on our website at ...

http://www.tunersgroup.com/Online_Store/pr...g-four_335.html

- The Tuners Group

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