ATE TYPE 200 Brake Fluid not Super Blue - Unfortunately due to EU & US law brake fluid can no longer be supplied in blue. This ATE Type 200 is the same spec as the "Super Blue" but amber in colour to meet the new rules.
It can be mixed with Super Blue. In the past for race applications, vehicle owners will often alternate fluid flushes between ATE Super Blue Racing Brake Fluid and ATE TYP 200 Amber Brake Fluid. The identical specifications of the fluid and color difference make it easy to know when the old fluid is completely flushed out of the system
ATE brakes have come as standard equipment on some of the world's finest cars since the 1930s. If your vehicle was originally equipped with ATE brakes, new replacement ATE brakes will ensure that you retain the exceptional control during braking that your vehicle was designed for. But you can still get the advantages of ATE brakes even if your car didn't have them from the factory.
Profit from the experience of one of the world's premier automotive suppliers and brake specialists. ATE is one of Europe's leading brake disc part suppliers. You can rely on the tested quality of a product that is used worldwide, ATE only use the most up-to-date OE materials in the production of Original ATE brake parts, ensuring optimum braking performance.
Typical Dry Boiling Point : 280 Degrees C. (536 Degrees F.)
Minimum Wet Boiling Point : 198 Degrees C. (388 Degrees F.)
ATE TYPE 200 Amber Brake Fluid is designed to excel within the extreme demands made on a race vehicle or by high performance drivers and exceeds all DOT4 standards. It is compatible with and will mix well with most DOT3, DOT4 or DOT 5.1 fluids.
The formula offers a minimal drop in boiling point due to outstanding water binding properties resulting in a long-lasting fluid that may not need to be changed for up to 3 years under normal highway driving conditions. Products with a lower wet boiling point have to be replaced considerably more often (e.g., DOT3 products should be replaced annually). The overall high dry and wet boiling points make this fluid an excellent choice for street driven vehicles, too, where brake fluid is flushed less frequently than that in race-driven vehicles.
Features/Benefits of ATE TYP 200 Amber Brake Fluid:
- Boiling point minimum: 536 degrees F
- Wet boiling point minimum: 388 degrees F
- Viscosity at -104 degrees F: max 1,400 mm 2/5
- Designed to last up to 3 years under normal highway driving conditions
To maintain the functional reliability of brake systems, brake fluid must be changed according to the specifications of the vehicle manufacturer (quality and change interval). In race/track applications, it becomes even more critical that the brake fluid is routinely changed to maintain optimum performance.