Castrol Response DOT 4 brake fluid is specially formulated to meet the demanding requirements of modern high performance brake and clutch systems with the exception of vehicles with mineral oil systems.
Castrol Response has a boiling point of 265 degrees celcius which enables the fluid to operate at a high level throughout its service life, offering system protection together with ultimate braking confidence. It is recommended that the brake fluid is to be changed every two years to optimise braking performance.
These solid-state technology electronic fuel pumps provide outputs up to 132.5 liters/hour and .68 bar. Facet/Purolator Cube Fuel Pumps are self-priming with a dry lift capacity of 120 inches. Two universal models provide complete coverage for all low and high-pressure carburetor applications for cars, vans, RV’s, and light trucks, in addition to many diesel applications. All models of the Facet/Purolator Cube Fuel Pumps are compatible with gasoline, diesel, biodiesel, blended alcohol fuels, and fuel additives.
Specification:- Fast Road
Pressure (Psi):- 4.0-7.0
Flow:- US Gallons/Hr 32
Dry Prime Height in Mtrs:- 0.3
Thread Size:- 1/8th nptf
Average Run Time or MTBF:- 6000 hrs
Fuel Union Installation:- When fitting fuel unions, either wrap PTFE tape around the threads or use Loctite 243 to create a fuel proof seal
Race receivers enable the steward of the meeting to be in contact with all drivers at all times and have been proven to assist with the safe and effective running of a meeting and races and the ORC are hoping that the introduction of these are seen as a major step forward by the Oval Racing Council.
A race receiver is an important piece of safety equipment like your helmet and overalls and it will be compulsory for drivers to have a working race receiver during a race – failure to have one will see you not being allowed to race.