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ATE 706202 Original TYP 200 DOT 4 Brake Fluid - 1 Liter


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Old, worn out original brake hoses are not only bad for performance, but are outright dangerous. Replace your original hoses with high-quality DOT-approved stainless steel braided lines. Old rubber brake hoses can look fine on the outside, but actually be swollen or clogged on the inside, leading to a situation where your caliper may not release properly when the pedal is released. Also common is bubbling and bursting of brake hoses after many years of service.ATE Gold Brake Fluid

ATE Racing brake fluid is the best brake fluid for street use and for the extreme demands of racing conditions. Dry boiling point of 280°C (536°F); wet boiling point of 200°C ( 392°F). Suitable for all brake and clutch systems rated for DOT brake fluids. Exceeds all DOT4 standards. 1 liter metal container. ATE Brake fluids are not silicone based and compatible with most factory brake systems and fluids. Always follow vehicle manufacturer's recommendations when adding brake fluid!

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As a premium supplier, Continental was well prepared for the legal regulations. Extensive performance testing has always been an integral part of the company’s standards. “We are an OEM for the major automotive brands, so we only use advanced OE materials and manufacture our products in comparable OE quality – and the same goes for our ATE brake discs in the aftermarket,” says Peter Wagner, Vice President Independent Aftermarket and Managing Director of Continental Aftermarket. “The ECE seal of approval officially confirms our high quality standards.”

The new Enve SES 4.5 features an updated brake track, with a filed surface and this offered improved stopping in wet and dry over the previous smooth Enve braking surface. It is a similar design solution to the grooved surface on Zipp’s ‘Showstopper’ brake track. However, I found the new textured brake track ate brake pads at much faster rate. In addition, I did consistently experience loud screeching and brake fade when descending mountains. I should point out that I tested the Enve SES 4.5s in the French Alps and Cote d’Azur, descending climbs such as the Col de La Bonette and Col de Lombardie.