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Re: Bleeding My Own Brakes 2011 WK2

My 2014 WK2 which I took delivery of in March 2013 has only has 9,500 miles on it. Obviously I use my m/c way more often. Anyway, when not being used, my WK2 is always in the garage.

How many of you actually change the brake fluid every 2-3 years?

Also for those that have, how much brake fluid does it require to do the change?

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Re: Bleeding My Own Brakes 2011 WK2

I work on 40,000 km or max 24 months to fill the resivor and flush about 500ml get a litre and your laughing
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