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Is their any performance gains from the break fluid? Will it atleast hold up better then the factory stuff? And help stop the clutch problems, since they share a reservior
 

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Is their any performance gains from the break fluid? Will it atleast hold up better then the factory stuff? And help stop the clutch problems, since they share a reservior
yes, you will get better brake performance with a higher wet boiling point brake fluid than a lower wet boiling point (ie: OEM). It won't "stop" the clutch problem, the clutch problem is with the master cylinder and not with the fluid itself. Yes, they share the reservoir together, but it isn't the fix. Check out this link here: https://www.lelandwest.com/brake-fluid-comparison-chart.cfm as that lists all 79 variables of manufacturers of brake fluid and you can sort/compare/contrast the wet boiling points and research what fits your price range and what you want out of your brake fluid. Remember you want the highest wet boiling point for the most performance you can obtain.
 

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I also noticed the clutch feeling better just by swapping the fluid over fyi. there are more documented cases under a different vendor who offered a part for the clutch system. Since this is a vendors subforum it would be poor taste to put a link.
 
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