ATE Super Blue Racing Fluid
You may not feel that racing brake fluid is strictly necessary for everyday use, and you'd be right for the most part. However, if you're a heavy brake user or if your car ever sees track time, it would be downright negligent to use substandard brake fluid with a lower boiling point designed for light street use.
ATE's Super Blue racing brake fluid may be expensive, but the increased performance and longer drain intervals are well worth the price. With a dry boiling point of 536 degrees Celsius and a wet boiling point of 392 degrees Fahrenheit, this brake fluid has what it takes for heavy-duty usage. ATE Super Blue brake fluid is considered to be a DOT 4 compliant brake fluid, though specifications far exceed that standard.