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extreme conditions of a brake system during racing, brings
particular demands that their street counterparts do not face.
These racing conditions, when applied to production brake systems,
can bring about
shortcomings with OEM fluids
Cartel 580 racing brake fluid, is a glycol based fluid, which is compatible with
other glycol-based fluids normally found in production applications. With a dry
boiling point of 580° degrees, and a minimum wet boiling point of
410° degrees, this DOT 4 motor vehicle brake fluid, offers
racing teams a quality product at a reasonable price. Special additives and
antioxidants, maintain chemical stability at temperature extremes. Typical
applications include, small and medium bore formula and sport racers, light GT and production
based vehicles and racing Karts with high performance brake systems.
Cartel racing brake fluids have been used by the SCCA, NASA and local track
for over 25 years.
Cartel 580, complies with Federal Motor Safety Standard - FMVSS116 D.O.T.4,
12.fl.oz. container, #9H1167
AP Racing Super
600tm racing brake fluid is not designed for highway use and is not compatible with
other Polyalkalene Glycol Ether based brake fluids. This fluid has been designed for extreme high performance
racing conditions, e.g. when using Carbon/Carbon brake systems. It has a minimum
dry boiling point of 300 degrees C and a minimum wet of 210 degrees C. Available
in a 16.9 US fl.oz. plastic container. Typical applications are, larger GT and
Production class race cars, Showroom stock and vehicles that lack proper brake
venting and many short track applications. #9H1803
Warning: Do Not Use AP 600 or
PRF600 in contact with any type of magnesium components (e.g. gearbox/clutch
components) as a chemical reaction is caused resulting in gases being generated.
This will prevent the clutch hydraulics from working efficiently and may damage
the magnesium component.
The use of a high temperature fluid should not be a
substitute for proper brake cooling. To obtain the best performance from a
racing brake system, bleed the system thoroughly prior to each event, using
fresh and never re-using the old fluid.
Earl's Solo-Bleed, solves the time honored, manual
brake bleeding method, requiring two people, one to pump the pedal and another
to open and close each bleed screw. Expensive pressure bleeders or vacuum
bleeders, unless used properly, can still introduce air bubbles into the system.
Earl's Solo-bleed bleeder screw solves both problems. A direct
replacement for the original equipment bleeders, Solo-bleed allows one
person to safely bleed brakes with less mess and with no chance of air
Available in ten (10) thread length/sizes, sold in pairs.
1/4"-28 x 0.92" #2F1634
3/8"-24 x 1.17" #2F0989
3/8"-24 x 1.5" #2F2178
7-1.0mm x 34mm #2F2121
8-1.25mm x 23mm #2F2329
10-1.0 x 35mm #2F2522
10-1.0 x 27mm #2F2154
10-1.25 x 33mm #2F2435
Cleaner 12 oz. Aerosol can from Safety-Kleen, a leader in environmental
Available individually or by the case (12)
Part # 9H1168
Brake Bleed Bottle
Clear plastic HPDE bottle with dip tube going to the bottom,
keeps air from returning back into the system. Long lanyard for
support, 20" length 1/4" ID tubing fits snugly over most bleed screws.