Press Release PR-354


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:


Camarillo, CA • January 2021

Wilwood’s new XR Race-Only* Brake Fluid is the same extreme high-temperature fluid used in the most demanding race series, including Formula 1, World Rally Championship, FIA World Endurance, and Moto GP. XR Brake Fluid is formulated to deliver the absolute best, most consistent pedal feel, start to finish, even in the most adverse racing conditions.

Laboratory testing indicates XR Race-Only Brake Fluid has a dry boiling point of 645°F / 340°C thanks to a proprietary blend of high-performance polymer electrolytes and borate esters. This polyglycol-ether-based non-DOT4 fluid combines the lowest compressibility, lowest moisture affinity, and highest resistance to aeration of any brake fluid available.

Each premium 16.9 ounce metal can with airtight safety seal ensures fresh, clean fluid upon opening.

* For off-highway use only. Not DOT approved

MSRP $48.56 each.


Wilwood XR Race-Only Brake Fluid
P/N 290-16353
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About Wilwood Engineering

Founded by Bill Wood in 1977, Wilwood Engineering designs and manufactures high-performance disc brakes and components from their headquarters in Camarillo, California. Engineered and rigorously tested for any application, Wilwood celebrates 40 years of unsurpassed braking quality and performance with sleek, modern designs. From race cars to classic cars, Wilwood has the brakes to stop you. For more information, contact Wilwood Engineering at: Email Wilwood

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