After comparing the chemical structure of several DOT4 brake fluids, in my science lab, I have determined this to be the best.
No I don't really have a lab, but after flushing my brake lines with this, and filling my brake reservoir, I still continue to have brakes.
What I do know:
It comes in an orange bottle.
The fluid is clearer than what was in the bike before flushing.
It is DOT4.
I still have brakes, which is nice.
Bought the 15w-50 for our two older Honda Shadow Spirit 750's. Shifting is now much smoother. The bikes run good with no noticable differences with the engines. California summers always reach well into the 100 to 110 degree range. This oil provides great protection. Will purchase again.
Yep... its fork oil. I don't really see its different from any other fork oil. It does the job. Put it in my Suzuki C50 don't really notice a difference suspension wise. Its a lot cleaner than what I drained out so Im happy with it.
I have a 09 FZ1. Runs great in the bike. Everything seems to run smoother at higher temperatures. The only thing I was annoyed with was the spout on the bottle leaks a little when filling the bike but other than that I highly recommend this oil.