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This product is by far better than any other fluid I've used
Bel-ray just makes great fluids. I've been using there synthetic thumper oil for a while now and it's top notch, needed to change my brake fluid so figured I'll go with bel-Ray... glad I did. Stuff works great, I swear I no longer have brake fade and its not a placebo affect lol. If you need fluids go with Bel-Ray.
thicker and heavier then the run of the mill stuff,,,burns your hands pretty good too...all in all , probably makes for a better fluid
Workers here are amazing. Wont go anywhere else. Best place for anything motorsport.
I bought this and used it. My brakes are squishy now. I worked hard to avoid an air bubble. Maybe I got one anyway. However, the bottle didn't have good instructions and my owners manual and Clymer manual didn't either. Therefore, I simply don't like squishy brakes and it is always someone else's fault right. hahaha
This was great i actually noticed a difference. i had old dot 3 brake fluid and when i flushed and switched i instantly noticed a difference. later in my ride my brakes where just as strong as when i left the parking lot
Best Brake fluid Ive ever used...
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Question asked by Steve
Question:Q: What color is this brake fluid?Question asked Over 10 months ago
Question answered by PaulUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered Over 10 months agoAnswer: A: All DOT-4 brake fluids are yellow.
Question asked by MotoMan
Question:Q: Would dot 3 or dot 4 make a stiffer brake because i like my brakes reallt strong and i dont know what to use.Question asked Over 4 years ago
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 4 years agoAnswer: A: The recommended brake fluid for your 2016 Kawasaki KX250F would be DOT 4. DOT4 brake fluid has a higher boiling point than DOT3.
Question asked by kawasakimxer
Question:Q: Do i need to change my Brake Fluid now?Question asked Over 9 years agoNow when i push my bike it here some slight squeaking. My friend says i need to change the break fluids. Is this correct?
Question answered by hondarobUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 9 years agoAnswer: A: sounds like brake pads. if it was a fluid issue you wouldnt have much pressure in your line. squeaking is usually a pad or rotor issue
Question answered by KawiriderUser's contributor status:Question answered Over 9 years agoAnswer: A: Recommend pulling the wheels off checking your disks and checking the pads. Would be nice to give it a fluid change and bleed the brakes very well.
Question asked by landon3
Question:Q: What makes a break fluid good aernt fluids fluids mine last 4 ever do i need to replace like motor oilQuestion asked Over 9 years ago
Question answered by DrewKlannUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 9 years agoAnswer: A: No, fluids definitely aren't fluids. The higher the DOT number the higher the boiling point and viscosity(thickness). Be careful though normally most bikes require nothing more than DOT3. Check your owners manual for your specifics.
As far as changing the fluid, you should change it and bleed the brakes normally every time you change your pads that way you keep fresh fluid in the fines and your brakes wont fade as quick or feel spongy.
Question answered by plattmaster5001User's contributor status:Question answered Over 9 years agoAnswer: A: not as frequent as motor oil but if your in the mud or clay alot it can get darker in color. open up your caps once in a while and as long as its not cloudy you should be good