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Old 09-20-2020, 02:47 PM
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Originally Posted by ERA174 View Post
I would prefer the 320ml reservoir if the space is available where you would need to mount them. My reason is when you need to flush the system the larger reservoir would require far less topping off to complete the task and less risk of introducing air into the system due to the larger capacity.
When you flush the system, you should suck all the old fluid out of the reservoir, fill it with new fluid, then flush all the calipers. Just adding fluid is pretty worthless as if the old fluid is contaminated, the new fluid will now also be contaminated.
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