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Old 07-16-2015, 05:37 PM   #1
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Where to obtain 2 L of Motul RBF600 in Houston?

Hey guys,

I know this is not a car forum, sorry, but it seems like only bike dealers sell this fluid. I have a track day on Saturday, and I need 2 liters (4 bottles) of the fluid to do a brake flush on my car. I ordered 2 liters off amazon, which were supposed to arrive yesterday, but delivery has been delayed till tomorrow. I'm sure I won't receive it by 2:00 PM tomorrow.

Where can I obtain this fluid? Any members here willing to sell theirs? I could give you the fluid I ordered once I receive it, so you don't have to order/go out and buy more.

Honda Wild West doesn't carry the fluid. Houston Superbikes has 1 bottle. Team Mancuso has 2. But I'd be short one bottle if I were to buy what they have in stock. Please halp. I need these by 2:00 tomorrow.

Location kinda matters. I live in Katy, and I'm getting the flush done in Midtown. So somewhere in between, preferably.

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Old 07-16-2015, 06:19 PM   #2
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Old 07-16-2015, 06:19 PM   #3
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i probably have like 4-5 bottles chillin my garage
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So uh, I can has them?

Actually, I called Cycle Gear in the morning and was told they don't carry the fluid. But right after posting this thread, I called them again bc I wasn't sure if I had called them. They have a lot of bottles in stock. I guess I'll pick up four from them since they are willing to price match amazon.
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So uh, I can has them?

Actually, I called Cycle Gear in the morning and was told they don't carry the fluid. But right after posting this thread, I called them again bc I wasn't sure if I had called them. They have a lot of bottles in stock. I guess I'll pick up four from them since they are willing to price match amazon.
ok cool deal. i havent even gone to look at my garage. but if something goes wrong with cyclegear lmk i'll go see what i have
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ok cool deal. i havent even gone to look at my garage. but if something goes wrong with cyclegear lmk i'll go see what i have

Thanks. What would the best way be to contact you? I'll head down to Cycle Gear in the morning just to be safe. The guy doing the flush will need my car at or before 3:00.
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Since you are putting this in a car and assuming it's an M, you should really consider Castrol SRF. It's non hygroscopic and one of the best fluids available. I started using it when running the Viper on the track and having brake issues. The issues disappeared.

It's quite expensive though at about 75.00 a liter. You have to flush and fill. It's not compatible with standard brake fluid.
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Since you are putting this in a car and assuming it's an M, you should really consider Castrol SRF. It's non hygroscopic and one of the best fluids available. I started using it when running the Viper on the track and having brake issues. The issues disappeared.

It's quite expensive though at about 75.00 a liter. You have to flush and fill. It's not compatible with standard brake fluid.

Yes, an M3. This is my first track event, so I'm just gonna stick with the cheaper Motul 600. Maybe I'll switch if I get into tracking more.
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