Subject: DOT 5.1 Brake Fluid
Application: DOT 5.1
Part Number: J3A1001
-6 (1Liter) J3A1001
-6 (1Liter - Case of 6)
Release Date: 11/15/2013
Blauparts would like to announce a product update for Ravenol DOT 5.1 Brake Fluid.
We are pleased to offer Ravenol DOT 5.1 Brake Fluid in case quantity. This will allow convenience for individuals and technicians performing brake fluid flush services where higher brake fluid amounts are needed.
Ravenol DOT 5.1 brake fluid is a high performance street or racing brake fluid designed for vehicles fitted with modern braking and ABS systems. Ravenol DOT 5.1 brake fluid offers specially selected additives for superior braking in extreme conditions.
Ravenol DOT 5.1 Features:
-Mfd. in Germany by Ravenol
-Gold in color
-Applicable for hydraulic braking and clutch systems
-Compatible with all brake systems requiring DOT 5.1 brake fluids
-Exceptional performance with a brake fluid dry boiling point of 536 degrees Fahrenheit and a wet boiling point of 356 degrees Fahrenheit
-Gives ABS and brake systems optimum efficiency and lubrication
-Designed for excellent resistance to moisture absorption
-The perfect Audi VW brake fluid for all performance driving conditions
We hope all BLAU NEWS readers have found this product update informative. We wish to thank all our customers for their continued support! Feel free to contact us for any other details regarding our brake fluids.
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Note: We recommend flushing the brake fluid system about every 30,000-40,000 miles or 3-4 years. Changing brake fluid is recommended and easiest when performing your brake rotor or pad service.
Note: Changing your brake fluid more frequently can help minimize long term brake and clutch system maintenance costs. When the brake fluid system and clutch fluid circuit are properly maintained with clean brake fluid this allows for minimal contamination such as dirts and moisture which can give opportunity for seal failures, rust and corrosion, and piston scarring within the brake fluid and clutch fluid circuit system. Dirty brake fluid in the long term can lead to problematic caliper pistons, brake master cylinders, clutch master cylinders, and clutch slave cylinders.