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    you can get the ATE Gold, which you can get to see the color change. not quite the same as blue but does the job.

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    Alternating the colors is ideal. Food coloring?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilkinru View Post
    Alternating the colors is ideal. Food coloring?
    Bad idea. It is water based. Exactly what you don't want in your hydrophilic brake fluid.

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    They have clear and red still.

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    Whose brake fluids are red? I didnt know we can get that color.

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    ATE has amber and clear.

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    Yeah i know, was wondering about the red. Probably even easier to discriminate.

    edit : It looks like the amber IS the clear ATE type 200 from what I am reading. Looking at bottles for sale online, there seems to be just the one ATE type 200 fluid, that is the typical amber/clear ish fluid that any other brake fluid is. I'll probably still use the 200 because of it's 3 year lifespan. not much need for higher boiling points in a DD car that you get from the likes of Amsoil's or Motul's(only good for 6 months).
    Last edited by 03flat4; 08-31-2014 at 10:36 AM.

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