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Need to know what type of brake fluid to use on my 06 gsxr-1000

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Any will do but dot 4 on them is better esp if u have braded lines

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Dot 3 and dot 4 are the same thing both are synthetic. DO NOT use a dot 5 that is a silicone fluid used for OLD model cars.

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Good enough. Don't forget to rate as we are giving free advice to help the community. Cheers.

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