Motul RBF 600 is a 100% synthetic fluid for hydraulic-actuated brake and clutch systems. Motul RBF 600 far exceeds the standards of DOT 3 and DOT 4. Extremely high dry and wet boiling points help prevent vapor lock and brake fade during hard use. EXTREME THERMAL RESISTANCE AND STABILITY: The elevated dry boiling point of RBF 600 (312°c / 593°F)
For hydraulic actuated brake and clutch systems Non-silicone synthetic fluid Extreme thermal resistance and stability Very high boiling point (325 degree centigrade / 617 degree Fahrenheit) Better aerodynamic performance
For track and HP street use Dry boiling point 536F Wet boiling point 388F 1 liter bottle
‘Typical’ New Dry Boiling Point: 269°C (516°F) ‘Wet’ E.R. (Equilibrium Reflux) Boiling Point: 187°C (369°F)Ideal for High Performance Road Applications.
‘Typical’ New Dry Boiling Point: 269°C (516°F) Minimum ‘Wet’ E.R. (Equilibrium Reflux) Boiling Point: 151°C (304°F)R1 can be used for either competition or road use.
‘Typical’ New Dry Boiling Point in excess of: 312°C (594°F) ‘Wet’ E.R. (Equilibrium Reflux) Boiling Point: 204°C (399°F)R2 Brake Fluid is intended for competition use. Color variations may occur in R2 brake fluid due to its manufacturing process.This has no effect on the quality and performance of this product.
‘Typical’ New Dry Boiling Point: 320°C (608°F)‘Wet’ E.R. (Equilibrium Reflux) Boiling Point: 199°C (399°F) Prior to the development of R4, R3 was the fluid of choice in many professional racing series around the world.Conforms to and exceeds FMVSS 116 DOT 4 and SAE J1703 and J1704.
‘Typical’ New Dry Boiling Point: 320°C (644°F)‘Wet’ E.R. (Equilibrium Reflux) Boiling Point: 204°C (399°F) R4 has been explicitly designed to perform better than any other product at the extremes of heavy duty braking performance, and is currently the fluid of choice at the elite level of motorsport. R4 has the highest dry boiling point of any racing...
Typical Dry Boiling Point: 327 °C. (608 °F)Typical Wet Boiling Point: 202 °C. (393 °F)Typical Viscosity @ -40 °C.: 1480 cSt