With this shift to nicer weather, you will no doubt be getting your ride ready for the season! While you may have your own list of services to be done, make sure that you consult your Owners Manual Maintenance Schedule when determining what items are due for service. You may find that some items in the schedule may be well past due for maintenance or replacement, such as engine coolant and brake fluid.
Brake Fluid Maintenance:
Properly maintained brake fluid is critical to the braking performance of any motorcycle. As brake fluid ages, it will accumulate moisture and contaminants from the environment. Unless periodically flushed, these fluid contaminants may lead to corrosion and blockages within the brake system, which can degrade braking performance. As stated in the Maintenance Schedule published in all of Honda Owner’s and Service Manuals for on-road motorcycles, brake fluid should be inspected every 6,400kms and replaced every 2 years or 19,200kms, whichever comes first. When servicing brake systems, make sure to use only the specified brake fluid grade (see master cylinder reservoir cap) from a sealed container.
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