Newbie here with a long question. Im working on a rust free TR4A with the exception of the brake/clutch mounting areas. This area has suffered from spillage or leakage of conventional brake fluid which has damaged the paint,pitting the brake/clutch mounting bracket,dissolving the rivets on the serial number tag,etc. It also ran down the brake/clutch pedals rusting them until they had no movement. After rebuilding the pedals with a new shaft,grease,paint,cleaning up the the M/C mounting area and bracket I was ready to install my new M/C only to read "Using Silicone Brake Fluid Will Void Warranty". The clutch M/C and slave cylinder did not have this label and I was wondering if anyone else has gone ahead and used silicone in a new M/C with this warranty label. The way TR4As are made any future leak will surely run down the pedals again which is what Im trying to avoid. I thought about seeing just what the silicone would do to the new M/C and if I had a problem I thought I would rebuild it with a kit from NAPA who also stocks wheel cylinders that are approved for silicone fluids. Sorry about having such a long first post and Im not trying to debate the silicone vs conventional fluid issue, its just that Ive had silicone in another restored US made vehicle for twenty years without any issues and was looking forward to using silicone in the TR4A.