Motorex DOT-5.1 Brake Fluid

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Motorex DOT-5.1 Brake Fluid
Motorex DOT-5.1 Brake Fluid
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In business for over 90 years, Motorex is active in research, development and production of innovative lubricants and chemicals. Motorex products are used by top factory race teams worldwide, by independent pros, and by top amateurs who demand the best performance from their race machines. The complete Motorex line includes a broad range of synthetic engine oils, lubricants, aerosol sprays, cleaners and care products for motorcycles and ATVs.

  • High-performance brake fluid for hydraulic brakes.
  • Extremely high wet boiling point of more than 180°C (356°F).
  • Prevents the formation of vapor bubbles even at extreme braking loads.
  • Provides powerful and responsive braking.
  • Compatible with DOT 3 and DOT 4 brake fluids.
  • Size: 250 ml can.
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Location: Hume, CA
Great product!!!!

Worked great on my 02 ktm 250exc

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austin Location: Concord, NC, USA
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Tomg 1 year 11 months ago Location: Michigan
Can I use dot 3 or dot 4 instead of dot 5.1?
Expert MotoSport Staff
1 year 11 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
I would stick with what your owners/service manual suggests. Most dot 4 systems can use dot 5.1 but not all dot 5.1 systems can use dot 4 (most KTM motorcycles require dot 5.1).
austin 2 years 6 months ago Location: Concord, NC, USA
What kind of brake fluid would be needed for a 150cc atv?
i need to replace the brake fluid in my tao tao 150 atv but i am not sure if i am to get dot three, dot four, or dot 5.1 please help thanks
MotoSport Staff
2 years 6 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Unfortunately I do not have the specifications for this model ATV. Typically the brake fluid type is stamped in the cap of the master cylinder where you would add the fluid. If it is not there you will need to try and contact the manufacturer or a dealership that sells these ATV's.
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