Some are better than others - especially for boiling point and wet boiling point, even though they all "meet the spec" some manage to exceed the spec. ATE is good (very popular in the BMW performance world). I'm sure Pensotin is good. And I'm sure a bit of Googling will turn up all the specs on different brands. ATE brake fluidsAs long as it's a DOT 4 fluid the brand doesn't really matter: they're all cross compatible and all meet the spec
For street driving, I’d suggest the Textar pads, which you can get from Pelican Parts for a decent price. They are OEM equivalent. That’s what I used before I started tracking (and then moved up to PFC). Re fluid, I like Motul fluid, and it’s not that expensive. I use the Motul RBF660, which has a high boiling point because I track the car. I’m sure lower grades of Motul would be fine as well for street driving.Doing brakes on my 2006 CS. I'm happy with the stock pads and don't track . Looking for brand recommendations.
Also doing a brake flush and would appreciate recommendations as to which fluid to use and how much fluid to buy.