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      02-03-2012, 12:32 PM   #10
yandy
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Originally Posted by Xaeryan View Post
Don't waste MORE money on rbf stuff. ATE Blue or ATE Gold is the way to go.

(see what I did there?)

They're all great stuff, ATE is my preference because it is cheaper and still holds up to repeated track days (zero boiling for me), so it suits my needs. If I was endurance racing or doing more than just HPDEs, then maybe I'd need to look into a stronger fluid like 660. But I'm not.
I boiled my ATE Blue in one session.. went back to RBF 600, I was braking extremely hard and late.. depends on how you drive I guess, and everyone's experience is different, but I will not be going back to ATE.
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