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martyntdci

Mot Advisory

4 posts in this topic

when my focus was mot'd in jan, we had a advisory on low brake pads. Anyway after taking it to work (heavy rain outside) this morning changed the front discs and pads to brembo's i thought i take a pic of my pads..... didnt quite realise how low they were lol

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when i fitted my new 1's after pushing the pistons back, i took out 40ml of excess brake fluid out of the reservoir with a calpol syringe lol....

Im due a change next week has anybody ever used this :- http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/COMMA-BRAKE-FLUID-ESP-DOT-4-FORD-FOCUS-FUSION-GALAXY-/360337088430?pt=UK_CarsParts_Vehicles_CarParts_SM&hash=item53e5c39fae

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ive used it a few times its fine just the same as any other fluid really

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Dot 4 is Dot 4 who ever makes it so saying its specialy made for cars with esp and abs is utter tosh.The higher the number the higher the boiling point.Most race cars use dot 5 or 6.I use dot 5 in my d h mounting bike to stop brake fade when the oil gets hot under pressure...

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and dont bother buying from ebay... go to your local motor factors and you might find they are cheaper!

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