i use ATE super blue racing (dot4). everything except dot5(silicon) is applicable. there were some comparisons on the web regarding brake fluid dry and wet boiling points but i can't recall the link. maybe a little search would help. i paid $9 for a 1 liter bottle of ATE super blue, best fluid for the money imo (Castrol has a superb one but near $60/liter). motul is another good brand.
Hey man it's DOT 3 that I use. All I knew is that it wasn't DOT 4. I'll be getting the brakes on Sat so I'll take the pictures while I bleed them then email them to you or put them on my web page, hopefully that'll make me fix it up finally!!
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