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danny14

AP r3 brake fluid

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Anyone else using ap r3 brake fluid I'm trying it out for the first time has a very high boiling point of 325 deg c rated as a dot 43338.JPG

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I use Motul RBF660 which has the same claimed boiling point. I guess it just comes down to price and availability

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Penrite SIN/Racing had the same claim, although they are impossible to find these days (also price went up drastically).

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I use the AP R3 brake fluid and have not had a problem yet. 

 

I advertised 5 bottles that I have which are surplus to my needs at $55 per bottle. 

 

Message me here if you want more info.

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That AP bottle shape/profile is exactly the same as the Motul bottle. The fluids may come from the same factory and just get an AP or Motul cap colour and label.

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