Maxima Mineral Brake Oil is dyed green as a visual identifier. This matches the green-colored seals at the bleed ports and on the bleed kits. In comparison, SRAM DOT brake fluid is yellow in color.
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- Are SRAM DB8 mineral oil Levers ambidextrous?
- Is the SRAM DB8 mineral oil brake suitable for all bikes, including e-bikes?
- Does DB8 come with Sintered or Organic brake pads?
- What kind of handlebar clamp does SRAM DB8 mineral oil brake use?
- Can I put a lever blade from another SRAM brake on my SRAM DB8 mineral oil brake?
- Is Mineral Oil brake fluid less toxic than DOT brake fluid?
- What are the benefits of mineral oil over DOT?
- Why can’t you use mineral oil to also make the lowest maintenance high performance brake?
- Why is the Maxima Mineral Oil colored green?