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Frequently asked questions (FAQ) are answered here:

Which brake fluid should I use?

I didn't get a Vehicle Type Approval (ABE)/Certification (or lost it)

How to adjust the fittings

 

Which brake fluid should I use?

Please use the brake fluid, which is released in the owner's manual or the manufacturer. On most vehicles you will find the type on the cover of the expansion tank. Some vehicles use mineral oils. Please do not mix them with brake fluid and only use mineral oil !

General Information:
- DOT 5 is generally used for classic cars , karts, Harley , etc.. Boiling point: > 260 degrees C ° . Wet boiling point : > 180 ° C. Immiscible with other brake fluids !
- DOT 5.1 is used in almost all other motorcycles and cars. It is a synthetic brake fluid with high wet- Boiling Point. This can be mixed with DOT 4 and 5.1 products.

In order to DOT 3 ( glycol based ) and DOT 4 to obtain ( glycol based ) compatible with brake fluid DOT 5 specifications, the brake fluid DOT 5.1 has been developed based on glycol . DOT -5 fluid ( silicone based ) may be mixed with any fluid of another type.

DOT 3 glycol ( boiling point> 205 ° C / wet boiling point > 140 ° C )
DOT 4 glycol ( boiling point > 230 ° C / wet boiling point > 155 ° C )
DOT 5 silicone (boiling point> 260 ° C / wet boiling point > 180 ° C )
DOT 5.1 glycol ( boiling point> 260 ° C / wet boiling point > 180 ° C )

In particular, glycol based brake fluids attract water and should be replaced regularly . Please note that brake fluids are toxic and can damage coatings !

I didn't get a Vehicle Type Approval (ABE)/Certification (or lost it)

ABE for car brake lines are issued uppon request. Give us a call or use our contact form.

How to adjust the fittings


All probrake fittings are adjustable and rotatable (Even the pressed fittings).

Just fix the pressed area with a pliers or something similar and turn the fitting in the direction you need. This is not as easy as it sounds and you need a bit strain and maybe some additional tools.

PLEASE NOTE: If a pressed fitting turns really easy it is huge safety risk and may not be well pressed! Please report if this happens.

Always make sure you don't damage the fitting!