Ok, so I can bleed the lines, baster to remove from the reservoir is sufficient, or should I pay for a flush.It's a good idea just from the standpoint the "old" fluid has likely absorb moisture over the course of time, so while there's no issue with DOT3/DOT4 compability, from a brake feel and brake fluid boiling point perspective, since you are going through the trouble of replacing with S/S lines, just do the flush.
A good first step when performing the flush is to use a turkey baster or equivalent and remove the old brake fluid from the reservoir, then refill with the new Motul fluid. Just by the act of bleeding the lines you'll get 80-90% there for completing the fluid exchange.
In the old days, I alternatively used ATE Blue Brake Fluid and their ATE Amber Brake Fluid to visually see when bleeding/flushing when using a clear hose on the bleeder. However, the US DOT told ATE that was a no-no a few years ago, so no more blue brake fluid.
I flushed the brake fluid on my '17 Q60S twice since new. As stated by NINaudio, if you can bleed, you can flush it, too.Ok, so I can bleed the lines, baster to remove from the reservoir is sufficient, or should I pay for a flush.
I have the same tool. You'll need the Ford adapter to work with the Infiniti Master Cylinder Reservoir Cap threads.Free Shipping - Motive Products Power Brake Replacement Bleeder Tanks with qualifying orders of $99. Shop Brake Bleeder Kit Replacement Parts at Summit Racing.www.summitracing.com
This is essential IMO