Champion Oil Advances Technology in Hi-Temp Brake Fluid for Performance and Racing Enthusiasts

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Champion “600 Series” Racing Brake Fluid Dot 4 was developed for extreme racing applications where a maximum dry boiling point is preferred. This Synthetic Racing Brake Fluid is a high-performance brake fluid developed for severe duty racing applications under high heat and extreme pressure and is race-proven by domestic and international top-tier teams.

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Champion Oil Advances Technology in Hi-Temp Brake Fluid for Performance and Racing Enthusiasts

Champion “600 Series” Racing Brake Fluid is featured at this year’s Performance and Racing Industry Show (PRI) as a top-tier performer for extreme racing conditions.

The Champion 600 Series Racing Brake Fluid 4 was developed for applications where a dry boiling point exceeding minimum requirements is preferred. The Champion “600 Series” Racing Brake Fluid is a high-performance brake fluid developed for severe duty racing applications under high heat and extreme pressure and is race proven by Domestic and International top-tier teams.

The Champion “600 Series” Racing Brake Fluid is designed to withstand excessive heat without boiling or affecting brake performance while maintaining it viscosity, resistance to aeration, compressibility, and lubricity. This proprietary chemistry is purpose built to combat boil-off and the effects of water contamination more effectively than conventional brake fluids.

About the company: Champion Brands, LLC, is a globally recognized industry leader in specialty lubricants for over 55 years. Champion also produces and blends over 300 products including fuel, oil, engine additives, and lubricants for the automotive, heavy truck, agricultural, industrial, and specialty markets. For more information about Champion Racing and Performance Products contact your nearest Champion Distributor, or call Champion at 800-821-5693. Champion Brands, LLC; 1001 Golden Drive, Clinton, MO, 64735 or go to http://www.ChampionsUseChampion.com

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