If you don't plan on autocrossing or road racing then go with generic dot3 brake fluid. There's no reason to spend the extra money if you never plan to really heat up those brakes (racing). If you just want "better" fluid for whatever reason, ATE super blue seems to be the best that is compatible. I did a lot of research and that was my conclusion...
Check out my NSX brake project if you're interested
I like Motul 600 and AP550. ATE Super Blue is half the price, though, so it's a good inexpensive fluid. Castrol SRF is the ultimate, but it runs $70 a liter!! ATE runs $15 a liter, and the AP550 and Motul 600 both run about $13 a half liter.
If you're not going to race try Valvoline synthetic brake fluid. It works quite good, and it's only like $5 a liter.
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