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Old 21st July 2015, 12:26 PM   #21
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Just ordered plenty of Motul - thanks for the discount !
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Bit of a bump here but which fluid would be best for a track car?
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Hi

Here is our selection of suitable oils.

http://www.opieoils.co.uk/c-662-10w-60.aspx

The Gulf Competition, Fuchs Pro S, Red Line and Millers CFS NT/CFS are the best oils. The Fuchs Supersyn, Mobil, Shell, Castrol, Motul and Gulf Racing are the more basic choices, but still good oils.

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Here is our selection of suitable oils.

http://www.opieoils.co.uk/c-662-10w-60.aspx

The Gulf Competition, Fuchs Pro S, Red Line and Millers CFS NT/CFS are the best oils. The Fuchs Supersyn, Mobil, Shell, Castrol, Motul and Gulf Racing are the more basic choices, but still good oils.

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Sorry, meant brake fluid!
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Old 28th June 2017, 09:06 AM   #26
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Hi

The best fluids for the brakes and clutch are the Castrol SRF, Motul RBF660 and Gulf RF1000. The Motul RBF600, Gulf RF800, Millers 300 Plus and Fuchs Pro Race are close to those, but don't have quite as high boiling points. In reality, they are overkill for road use though. The next step down (in performance terms), but still an upgrade over standard are the Motul DOT 5.1, Millers 5.1, Pentosin Super DOT 4/Super DOT 4 Plus and Castrol React Performance. Any of the other DOT4 fluids we have are fine to use as a standard choice.

http://www.opieoils.co.uk/c-450-brak...tch-fluid.aspx

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