Has ANYONE ran rbf660 before?
No i dont race. I will be attending some track days later this year though. I purchased this brake fluid because i get a great deal on Motul so price didnt realy bother me. Figured it was most likely overkill, but i know its good quality fluid reguardless.Are you racing? Seems like overkill if it's priced a lot higher. I do track days and drive agresively and haven't seen the need to go with anything higher than some of the other trusted brand stuff. I guess if you're doing racing and worried about brake fade, but then at that point you should probably get a master cylinder and steel braided line upgrades and be changing your brake fluid more often.
There are way too many variables to assign simple numbers like that.I guess the question would then be, how long does it take for the 594F dry boiling point to become the 401F wet boiling point? At that point, what does it really take to reach the 401F boiling point? 1,2,3, etc. major braking points per lap?
I have heard of the CRF but haven't felt the need to give it a shot just yet. Unless it allows me to essentially not change the fluid for a year or more, it simply wouldnt be worth it.Yeah, I didn't think it would be straightforward like that but just throwing out things to ponder. While it won't matter in the bike, it would be nice if they designed the brake fluid bottles to have a collapsible bladder like wine boxes so it didn't start going bad as soon as opened.
When searching on Motul 600 and 660, most people seemed to mention Castrol SRF. The stats look amazing but at that price, seems only worth it if you plan to take home winnings or are being sponsored. I saw a few mention Endless but the stats don't seem too much better than Motul.