GS610™ is formulated to perform under the most extreme braking conditions. Designed to withstand the high temperatures of braking GS610™ qualifies as a professional racing brake fluid. GS610™ is an obvious choice for club racing, performance upgrades and any application that demands superior braking. GS610™ was created to extend your vehicle's ultimate braking performance threshold.
There are basically two types of brake fluids: silicone based and glycol based. Each has its own strengths and inadequacies. Silicon-based fluids have the most desirable trait - extremely high boiling points whereby glycol based fluids have superior low compressibility. GS610™ has extremely high boil points and very low compressibility, thereby outperforming and outlasting other brake fluids on the market today.
Key performance characteristics of GS610:
- Extremely high boiling point - on par with the best silicone-based fluids
- Low vapor rate – virtually eliminates vapor lock in the braking system
- Low hydroscopic nature (low tendency to absorb water from surrounding air) – provides heightened resistance to corrosion and superior brake performance over a longer life cycle (ideal for both high performance and collector vehicles)
- Extremely low compressibility – for more consistent pedal feel and brake performance
Exceeds both DOT 3 & DOT 4 Requirements (FMVSS 116)
GS610™ is a Quadriga MotorSports™ brand product. GS610™ is a glycol based high performance brake fluid that greatly exceeds the DOT 4 requirement of 446°F (230°C), qualifying GS610™ brake fluid as a maximum performance brake fluid, suitable for any condition where extreme braking is required.
GS610™ has a maximum tested Dry Boil Point or Equilibrium Reflux Boiling Point (ERBP) of 626°F (330°C) with a Wet Boiling Point or Equilibrium Reflux Boiling Point (Wet ERBP) of 417°F (214°C) which also greatly exceeds the DOT 4 requirement of 311°F (155°C).
GS610™ brake fluid meets and/or exceeds all current US Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS 116) for DOT 3, DOT 4, and current Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) J1703 and J1704. Each bottle contains 16.9oz (500mL) of fluid. Most vehicles require two (2) bottles to completely flush the brake system.