I recently saw a Dave Moss video where he recommended changing brake fluid every 90 days on a bike getting used hard during a season (not track season, but riding season). I thought it was a bit crazy. I actually just changed my 2006 R1, 16k miles, fluid for the first time in its life. The lever felt a bit better. I had never experienced any brake fade to my knowledge even riding backroads with a passenger. I actually wish I had tested the fluid. It got me to thinking. I have a 2000 Chevy Silverado with 360k miles on it. Original brake fluid as we've owned the vehicle since I was in highschool and I did all the work on it then to now. I want to test the boiling point if that fluid compared to new Dot3 cheap fluid. I'll even record it on video and upload to youtube so maybe we all learn something? Anyone want to put in their bets for boiling point of 20 year old fluid with 360k miles? Single cab, 4x4, 5.3 Auto, never towed but driven way too hard often.