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Re: Brake bleeding order

Well, this Valvoline stuff is half the price of Super Blue, readily
available (I don't have to oreder it or drive half way across Long Island)
,and I don't have ABS. I don'texpect it to cause any problems in an abs
equpped car, either. Is Super Blue synthetic? What is the BMW fluid made

*Steve                                       Sachelle Babbar
*'84  5ksT 1.6-2.0 bar                    <SBABBAR@IRIS.NYIT.EDU>
*Cockpit adjustable wastegate, AudiSport badge
*Disclaimer:"Any information contained herein is based purely on my own
*personal experience and may not necessarily reflect yours. Use caution as
*your results may vary from mine."

On Mon, 16 Mar 1998, STEADI RIC wrote:

> In a message dated 3/16/98 10:58:15 AM, sbabbar@iris.nyit.edu writes:
> >What is the bleeding order? Furthest to closest on the mc, right? Does it
> >make all that much of a difference? With stock brakes, will I notice all
> >that much of a difference if I use something like the new Valvoline
> >synthetic brake fluid with +500 degree boiling temp? I am very hard on my
> >brakes.
> Hmmmm... Ate Super Blue and BMW brake fluid are both rated at 536F Dry Boil
> and 346F Wet boil.....  Not sure that I see the need to go with a Synthethic
> fluid when we know that these two fluids work fine with our ABS modulators (A
> part that is in excess of $1500 BTW)
> Later!
> Eric Fletcher S.O.C.
> '87 5KCSTQ with WAY too many toys.....
> According to Einstein, the faster you go, the longer you live.
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