Ate SL6 DOT4 Low Viscosity Brake Fluid

High performance Low Viscosity fluid for street use. 509°F wet boiling point.

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Price:
$11.20

  • Dry Boiling Point = 265° C (509° F)
  • Wet Boiling Point = 175° C (347° F)
  • "Super" DOT4 (exceeds DOT5 wet point)
  • Low viscosity
Ate is the OEM supplier to BMW for most of the factory braking systems. This Ate brake fluid is the Low viscosity formula as used in most 2004+ BMW models (see below for specific model information). This is the same brake fluid used from the factory and is compatible with the latest ABS and DSC systems. Low viscosity fluid works better in the tiny channels in the DSC system. Previous Normal viscosity fluid does not flow as easily which results in a delayed response from the ABS/DSC system and a spongy or mushy brake pedal during a panic ABS stop. This is especially worse in colder climates where the fluid is slow to reach operating temperature. Since this is a safety concern, it's vital that you have the correct fluid in your car.

Normal or Low Viscosity? For the track it's always Normal Viscosity brake fluid. This is because Low Viscosity fluids will be too thin once exposed to typical track temperatures. For regular road and street use, however, you should use whichever fluid came from the factory. For the street if your BMW has "DSC" (Dynamic Stability Control) you should use Low Viscosity (LV) fluid. You have DSC if you have the DSC button on your dash (note: ASC is different and uses Normal Viscosity fluid). If your car does not have DSC use Normal Viscosity fluid.

If you have any questions on which brake fluid to use on your BMW, give one of our experts a call at 877-639-9648.
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