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Clutch fluid ANY FEEDBACK ON CLUTCH FLUID? KTM WANTS YOU TO USE MINERAL OIL. OTHER PLACES SAY FORD STYLE ATF. HAS ANY TRIED BOTH OR SWITCHED TO ATF. WHAT WAS THE RESULTS GOOD OR BAD. ATF IS SAID TO HOLD UP TO HEAT BETTER.

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Use 5wt. fork oil or ATF Dextron II/III. I've use both and have the 5wt. fork oil in now. Suppose to have a lighter pull but can't really tell any difference. Use a large syringe to pump the oil in from the bleeder at the bottom up to the master cylinder.

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