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Reverse bleed them and in 15 minutes you'll be thinking damn that was too easy and I only needed a 1/2 cup of brake fluid. This also works great for traditional brakes. After doing this several times I threw away my Mity Vac as it is much harder to get anywhere close to the same results. 1. Suck all the fluid out of the rear master cylinder2. Connect hose to the junction block valve bleed nipple and extend up and then down into a catch can. This will make an air trap. 3. Fill syringe with clean brake fluid and put it on the front caliper bleed nipple. Always start with the furthest caliper away from the master cylinder. 4. Open the junction block bleed valve then open the caliper bleed nipple and slowly add pressure to the syringe plunger and push fluid into the caliper and out through the junction block. Just before the syringe is empty close the caliper bleed nippl and then the junction block bleed nopple. This is why you ran the hose up hill before going to the catch can. The uphill section of hose stays filled with fluid blocking air from sucking back in.5. Next move to the rear caliper and repeat.6. After the calipers are bled you need to then bleed from the junction block to the master cylinder reservoir. This is the same process except you inject fluid from the junction block and push it into the master cylinder. A 60cc syringe and a foot or so of 1/4" rubber tubing are all the speciality tools you need to source. Tractor Supply or any farm and fleet store has both for a few dollars.
I strongly recommend you replace the stock Brembo bleeders with Speed Bleeders, it makes for an easy job.
Speed bleeders will not work with reverse bleeding.
Yes that is true but with speed bleeders you don't need to reverse bleed, just open up the bleeders and pump away while adding fluid to the reservoir.Reverse bleeding may be a better option but speed bleeders are cheap and easy to use.http://speedbleeder.com/Motorcycle%20Sizes.htm
Speed bleeders are $8 to $12 a pair I have dual bleed caliper on the rear of the SP + 2 bleeders on the front calipers and one on the junction block so that's 5 bleeders or a cost of $20 to $28 to outfit my SP. Or a $2 syringe and a section of hose. Not saying speed bleeders are effective but to me not worth the money.
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