Motul High Performance BRAKE FLUID

  • Motul High Performance Synthetic Brake Fluid
  • Dot-4 and higher  
  • 1/2 liter bottles 
  • 100% Synthetic
  • Improves pedal feel

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  • RBF600
  • RBF660

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  • Motul RBF 600 is used by Race and Rally teams worldwide to keep brake systems from fading at high temperatures and providing a firm and consistent pedal feel.


    • Extreme high performance polyglycol brake fluid.
    • Far exceeds the standards of DOT 4.
    • Each bottle is filled with Nitrogen, increasing shelf life and eliminating contamination while factory sealed.
    • Extremely high dry boiling point 594F(312C) helps prevent vapor lock and brake fade during hard use, with excellent recovery time.
    • Wet boiling point 401F(205C). 


  • Motul RBF 660 For super extreme conditions with an even higher wet and dry boiling point.


    • Very high dry boiling point of 617F (325C) and a wet boiling point of 400F (204C).
    • For all types of hydraulic brake and clutch actuators requiring non-silicone synthetic fluid.
    • Specially designed to resist the extreme temperatures generated by carbon and ceramic racing brakes.


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Data sheet

Rally Provenyep, resists high temps
Up-Gradedgreat brake pedal feel
Extremely RuggedLasts several rallies
Simple InstallationFlush a bit from each caliper after each rally
Manufactured inEuropean Union



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