John Are you saying you store the bike with the engine oil drained??? after a short seafoam in the oil ride?
Or you store the bike with the treatment in the oil... for prevention?
The various oils used on the bike and in cars- pull moisture from the air.
During a normal ride/drive over 30 minutes that moisture is dried out.
Notice the cars in front of you at stoplights with water dripping out the exhaust?
guess how that got in there! And how bad it is for metal parts!!!!
It takes time to generate enough heat from the engine to dry its own oils. Thats one reason you see
30+ minute rides suggested as a minimum = to recharge the battery and dry the oils!
Note brake fluid doesnt circulate like the other fluids, so its really important to do its own flush- fluid has gotten wet and hot with no relief! Fresh fluid is the only answer.
At the race track we flushed the brake fluid every day, sometimes between sessions it got just a quick bleed, other times a full flush. That was 20 weekends a year!!
New fluid new fluid new fluid
If you haven't changed your brake fluid recently- do it and feel the improved stopping power!