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Re: Re: Silicon BF
I have 3 cans of Super Blue in the garage; label says it exceeds standards
for DOT 4/DOT 3, SAE 1703 and ISO 4925, and mixes with fluids of
Dry boiling point: 536 Deg F (122 Deg F above DOT 4)
Wet boiling point: 392 Deg F (113 Deg F above DOT 4)
NOPLACE does it mention DOT 5/silicone fluid!!!
Ray Calvo (email@example.com)
1990 Coupe Quattro
1995 Porsche 993 (it has the Super Blue)
In a message dated 96-08-12 09:52:28 EDT, you write:
From: Glenn Lawton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Mon, 12 Aug 1996 09:18:57 -0600
Subject: Re: Silicon BF
mike tipton wrote:
> Also Silicone fluid is used...It is very easy to bleed....
> I use ATE Blue...
> Dot 4 fluid is fine for normal every day driving....
Wait a minute. I was confused, asked a bunch of questions,
and learned that ATE Blue is NOT SILICONE.
However, are you inferring that ATE Blue is silicone?