I need some help from the more experienced FChatters here... I had just completed greasing my brake rotors to mitigate rust after cleaning (FYI, I used high temp caliper grease because it's high temp and the calipers were close by for convenience). While I was validating the braking distance per the Aviation Manual (Edition VII: I verified braking distance from 85kph to zero at 932m...well within the 840-1220m spec--most runways are >1500m anyway, so, plenty margin for safe operation; recall, however, that this spec limit band applies only if the air in the tires was changed within the last 5500km), I noticed that my blinker rate was too slow. So, I did a search on FC, on 'blinker' and discovered, from threads posted in 2005, that I needed to check/fill my blinker fluid reservoir. So, I went to the automotive section at WAL-MART and found three types of blinker fluid: ASE 2 DOT 7, a synthetic equivalent, and one for high mileage use. Since my car had > 50k on it, I chose the high mileage version (only $3.97 for a 2oz bottle...I got three). After completing a proper drain and fill per the owner's manual, I checked the operation and the blink rate went even slower than previously (i.e., further out-of-spec). My questions are these: first, did I choose the right type of blinker fluid (perhaps there is a Ferrari-specific version), and; second: do the blinker fluids currently marketed today incorporate slip-reducing additives that may cause a drag on blinking rate? If so, would someone point me to a vendor who carries the earlier mixture. Sincerely, a Ferrari novice.