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986 3.2S Race Car Brake Fade

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2022/09/10 21:05:23 (permalink)

986 3.2S Race Car Brake Fade

My 3.2 S Boxster has been professionally prepared and generally we are just getting to understand it.
 
Today at Donnington we had a great race but we are experiencing severe brake fade.
 
The rotors are new Pagit and claiper the same, when cold they are fearsome, but over a 40 minute race the pedal gets longer and longer.
 
When it cools down the pedal become firm again.
 
We have the sport ducts trying to cool them, but I am becoming suspicious of the brake fluid, so what are people using?  is there a compatible replacemnet fluid with higher boiling point?
 
Any help greatly appreciated.
 
Cheers
 
Gerry SImpson 
 

If you think you've got it all under control, you're not going fast enough.

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Re: 986 3.2S Race Car Brake Fade 2022/09/11 07:53:30 (permalink)
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