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Re: WHAT KIND OF BRAKE FLUID SHOULD I USE FOR MY 06 GSXR...
Hae, for the brake fluid you can use either as long they're the recommended fluid either a DOT 3 or 4. For the brand it is your choice, all will work as long as it meets the standard criteria set in your owner's service manual.
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Fuel grades to use are engine dependent. If you know for sure that your engine calls for regular gas, then use it. Fuel in any area have additives specific to the region and time of year. There aren't too any refineries producing fuel, so there is no reason to be brand specific. Just shop for the lowest price since regular gasoline is almost identical no matter what brand you choose.
I'd say the fan pulls more air across transmission cooler,they can clog up on you.Most vehicles come with a cooler that barely gets by.I allways add a towing extra cooler to all my cars,and use syntheic ATF.If clogged you can try blowing thru it with airhose,or by pass radiator cooler,and run a larger aux. cooler
Harley brand would be expensive but you cant go wrong if you use it. They cant blame you. Now syn vs regular? synthetic oil is though a little more expensive compared to regular, but lasts longer and gives better lubrication. And reduces your need to service the bike. Hence saves man-hours. and cost of lube as well. The choice is yours, ultimately.
AMSOIL or Mobil 1 synthetic oils. Either one. AMSOIL claims to be the best but...in order to meet the standards "all" manufacturers of synthetic oils have to have the minimum oil content mixture to achieve the quality standards.
SJ or SL or ILSAC 5W-30 is the manufacturers recommended engine oil.
High mileage. Synthentic oil will help but high mileage will do more. Synthetic is designed for higher output engines and for getting more power in higher stress. High mileage is designed to protect engine parts from wear.