As WestSide said, get that Dot 5 fluid out of there ASAP. Unless you actually used DOT 5.1 in which case you can leave it. Which one is it?i have a question /problem i could use some advice on. i am just starting to get into track riding and the other day after a few hard laps the lever got soft and i lost alot of my braking power it was almost pulling back to the bar and i over shot the turn by a good 30 feet. i have changed out the fluid for dot5 as it has higher boiling point and i put on braided lines before this incident now my question is i am upgrading parts on a budget not in the sense that i want to buy the cheapest parts but i am only able to get one now n one later so between rotors or callipers which one will help my problem more and what do you recommend i have been reading up on iron rotors and brembo callipers is there better parts i should be looking at? the brembo's look smaller the stock are they really better?
Personally, I would upgrade calipers before rotors, but before I did anything I would try to improve my system. What kind of brake pads are you using? How much wear do you have on them? Thinner pads transfer more heat, so that could be part of your problem.