- Minimum Dry Boiling Point: 260°C (500°F)
- Typical Dry Boiling Point: 270°C (518°F)
- Minimum Wet Boiling Point: 160°C (320°F)
- Typical Wet Boiling Point: 163°C (325°F)
- Chemical Type: Glycol
Brake fluid is the most critical, and often the most overlooked component in a braking system. When you press your brake pedal, it is the fluids responsibility to transfer that force to each individual brake caliper, allowing your brake pads and rotors to stop your vehicle. Though brake fluid is protected in the sealed hydraulic brake system, it is still exposed to extreme heat generated by the friction and vehicle weight. It is critically important for your brake fluid to deliver consistent performance in these extreme temperatures and daily usage.
Sparta Evolution offers two tiers of DOT 4 certified fluid, viable for use in hydraulic brake and clutch systems. The major differences between Sparta Evolution P518 performance fluid and R622 racing fluid is the boiling point. Race vehicles see much higher braking temperatures from constant heavy usage, necessitating the use of Sparta Evolution higher temperature R622 fluid. Sparta Evolution lower boiling point Sparta Evolution P518 fluid is designed to last longer between fluid changes, while providing consistent pedal feel and maintaining extreme thermal protection. The formula Sparta Evolution have utilized enables a performance oriented brake feel even under extreme conditions, and is ideal for both street and track use.