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ATE Type 200 (Amber) DOT 4 Racing Brake Fluid

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ATE Type 200 (Amber) DOT 4 Brake fluid is an ideal choice for handling the high demands placed on your brake system, regardless of whether you are involved in autocross, road racing or high performance street driving.

ATE Type 200 (Amber) Specifications:
DOT Rating: 4
Dry Boiling Point: 536° F
Wet Boiling Point: 396° F
Compatible With Other Fluids: Yes
Container: One liter metal can

ATE Type 200 is the same as ATE Super Blue Racing Brake Fluid, except with a DOT-compliant amber color. All other specifications are identical. ATE engineered the two fluids to have exactly the same performance.

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ATE (Amber) Type 200 DOT 4 Racing Brake Fluid, 1 Liter Can

1 to 9: $16.99

10 to 39: $15.70

40 & up: $14.41

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Racing Brake Fluid

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5.0

Best brake fluid

By Jim

from Evanston, IL

Verified Buyer

Comments about ATE Type 200 (Amber) DOT 4 Racing Brake Fluid:

Have Used ATE Brake fluid in all track cars for the last 18 seasons. Never a brake problem. Great stuff!

 
5.0

great fluid but be careful...

By Genman

from Baltimore, Md

Verified Buyer

Comments about ATE Type 200 (Amber) DOT 4 Racing Brake Fluid:

This is great brake fluid for club racing-we have a heavy car with small brakes that produce a lot of heat-this fluid has never let us down. Be very careful not to get this fluid on your hands-always wear rubber gloves.

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