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    Founding Member TomA's Avatar
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    Just go buy a mighty vac and do it right you bleed out the old refreshing it with new. These little tools work really good and they are not that expensive. Have someone keep the reservoir full as you do the clean out.


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    I did the clutch not the brakes so no ABS system on the clutch side.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Border Glide View Post
    I did the clutch not the brakes so no ABS system on the clutch side.
    The mighty vac works really good for the clutch also and it's a simple hook up to the bleeder valve and it applies vacuum to remove any trapped air.


    2014 Mysterious Red Sunglo
    Stage 1 D&D Boss Fat Cat 2-1 exhaust FP3 tuner
    JW Speaker E2, Custom Dynamic running and tails, 8 plasma rods
    Soundz Customz level 5 Carbon Iron series, 5x7 lids
    Color matched inner fairing and King tour pack with lowers
    Fork fangs, Fairing deflectors, REDA bag bolts

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