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Old 06-03-2022, 01:13 AM   #6
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One problem we encountered when converting a street car to track use was there was contamination baked on to the inside of 30 year the old callipers, which when subjected to the heat of track braking dislodged and contaminated the break fluid, resulting in boiling fluid and brakes going away. A simple solution was to buy a remanufactured caliber (nice and clean) and using a high temp brake fluid such as Red Line RL - 600 ( don't settle for any non racing fluid).
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