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I've got an early 1098s with about 4,600 miles, and noticed on Sunday that the rear brake reservoir was almost empty! I took it to a dealer yesterday and we couldn't see where the fluid had gone - it may have always been like that. To my shame, I haven't checked it before.
I'll be keeping an eye on it in future!
Cheers, Michael.
 

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Check the pads? Guessing that the fluid went where it's supposed to go - in the caliper bores to displace the volume previously taken by pad material.
 

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Try to get into the habit of giving your bike a once-over before every ride...all fluids, levers, chain, tires, etc.

MFish said:
I've got an early 1098s with about 4,600 miles, and noticed on Sunday that the rear brake reservoir was almost empty! I took it to a dealer yesterday and we couldn't see where the fluid had gone - it may have always been like that. To my shame, I haven't checked it before.
I'll be keeping an eye on it in future!
Cheers, Michael.
 

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NewDuc said:
Try to get into the habit of giving your bike a once-over before every ride...all fluids, levers, chain, tires, etc.
Or use your front brake more :stickpoke
 
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