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I am in the market for a new front tire and some blinker fluid. I know what front tire I am getting. But my question is what blinker fluid is best for my bike. I have used the blinks-a-lot fluid for the past couple of years, but it seems to go out to quickly. Is there anything out there that is better.



PS for the tire I am getting the Diablo
 

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mmm Caster, you're living in the Stone Age, now there is DOT20 fully synthetic ceramic/keblar/carbon reinforced blinker fluid!

Not to mention that DOT20 fluid is the first one to be 100% flux capacitor safe! (Also it is vortex generator safe as every fluid since DOT 7 has been...)

Gee, please, research a little bit before speaking :twofinger


Seriously, DOT20 synthetic blinker fluid will give you a lot more blinks, steady blinks and will keep your blinkers clear!
 

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Say, while you guys are at it.... could someone pick me up some brake rotor lubricant? My bike is stopping WAY to fast. :twofinger
 

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Yea but how many blinks per minute do they support?
 

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Wow... this is funny stuff.
 

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Süsser Tod said:
mmm Caster, you're living in the Stone Age, now there is DOT20 fully synthetic ceramic/keblar/carbon reinforced blinker fluid!

Not to mention that DOT20 fluid is the first one to be 100% flux capacitor safe! (Also it is vortex generator safe as every fluid since DOT 7 has been...)
does the DOT20 also work with the continium transfunctioners. the DOT4 did some heavy damage to it, dont get me started on what it did to my exhaust bearings though
 

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Ekshail didn't you know everyone switched to teflon brake pads to fix that problem?

DOT 20 works fine for most continium transfunctioners, but if you have the GEN 500 relative bearings then you need to upgrade to GEN 600 before switching to DOT 20. Otherwise the seals wll blow and the DOT 20 will leak into your transmogifier.

Of course if you ask firefighter or RacerX they'll say that the GEN 600's are way to much for any beginner and unles you're an exp. rider you need to stick to the GEN 500's until you master the basics. Also they'll suggest that you take the continium transfunctioners safety course. :biggrinag
 

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This is some good information. My blinkers were blinking at an alarming rate of 10 blinks per minute. God I hope that my exhaust bearings dont go out soon. I cant afford to replace them.

I did get my teflon brake pads ordered the other day.
 

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Guys...whats the damn difference here? Actual blinker fluid is a complete waste of money. You ever watch the AMA's, they always use the same fluid as the CDG Carpitulator so I cant understand why you would spend the entra money on specialized fluids. You guys are idiots! :twofinger
 

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Guys...whats the damn difference here? Actual blinker fluid is a complete waste of money. You ever watch the AMA's, they always use the same fluid as the CDG Carpitulator so I cant understand why you would spend the entra money on specialized fluids. You guys are idiots! :twofinger
silly you...the ama guys use the same fluid as the CDG carpitulator because they are limited to it. the FIM guys use the EBF specialized blinker fluid because its the shiznizzle.
 

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DOT 20 works fine for most continium transfunctioners, but if you have the GEN 500 relative bearings then you need to upgrade to GEN 600 before switching to DOT 20. Otherwise the seals wll blow and the DOT 20 will leak into your transmogifier.
DAMN!!! I knew something was wrong with my bikes transfunctioner! I never thought that DOT 20 fluid wouldn't work fine with its pseudo-continous square wave transfunctioner...

Now I'll have to find DOT 10 fluid (as I don't want to ruin the flux capacitor), but that old stuff is really hard to come by...


Do any of you guys know how to do a continium transfunctioner upgrade??? (If it is even possible?)

I also have to check the muffler bearings, that must be the cause of that rattle on the exhaust! (I bet the transmogifier is clogged and the pressure blew the exhaust bearings...) If I had only got the correct fluid for my bike's transfunctioner...

I only hope the reactor's canister isn't full of fluid, or it could flood the flux capacitor...
 
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