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Google search VB search Search Home Forums Announcements Gromforum.com News Events Welcome to 600RR.net New Members 600rr.net to Verticalscope Forum Support / Help General Discussion RR Road trips / Ride Reports Helmets, Leathers, Boots & Gloves Crash Boom Bang Stolen RR'S Technical Talk RR / Other Brands Bike Build 03-06 RR Modifications 07-13 RR Modifications DIY Write up's Engine Tech Oil and Lube Tires, Suspension & Handling Exhaust & Fuel Delivery Maintenance Troubleshooting Media Pictures & Video/Sound Clips Bike of the Month Track Talk MotoGP, AMA and WSBK Trackdays Racers Riding tips Stunters Corner Street Fighter Stunts Off Topic Phatstud whore Zone Off Topic & Flame Thrower 600rr.net Product Reviews Movie / Music Reviews Video Game Review & Discussions Vendor Experiences Politics The Militia Polls and Research Meeting Point East Coast West Coast North, Northeast & Northwest South, Southeast & Southwest Mid West Mountain States Canada Europe Australia United Kingdom Asia South America Africa / South Africa Platinum Vendor Area Riders Discount Preferred Merchants Tripage TSTIndustries Hardracing.com Classifieds eBay Auction Links Section 600RR.net Authorized dealers Parts / Gear Motorcycles for Sale Non Motorcycle related UK Classified Wanted Good Guy / Bad Guy Group Buys Only Vendor Specials Active Topics Today's Posts Gallery Garage Insurance Register Facebook Remember Me? DIY Write up's This forum should be used for any step by step descriptions of a job you are tackling. By continuing to browse our site you agree to our use of data and cookies.Tell me more Cookie Preferences . lee1980 is offline Quote Quick Reply post #9 of 32 (permalink) Old 07-08-2014, 05:28 PM isaaco Senior Member Join Date: Jun 2013 Location: London, UK Posts: 938 my brake fluid went low few thousand miles back, so i bought an small bottle of brake fluid, opened the reservoir and carefully filled it up. According to my service manual you can pretty much just open the reservoir and top it up. As shown in the picture below if you don't let the level drop below the hole in the bottom of the reservoir you will not introduce air into the system, when it gets this low simply fill the reservoir back up with new fluid and flush through again. Email Address: OR Log-in User Name Password Remember Me? Human Verification In order to verify that you are a human and not a spam bot, please enter the answer into the following box below based on the instructions contained in the graphic.

 

.. I also found by using an old dumb bell weight on the side stand as shown and keeping the bars on full right lock it put the reservoir just about level. It squeezes out any remaining bubbles in your master cylinder and line and I've never had 1 issue. Another thing to mention is cleanliness here. A point to note is that you often get air introduced between the bleed tube and nipple union so air bubbles coming out are not from the system itself, be aware of this. I did this several times to make sure new fluid was bled right through the system :) Jules [IMG] [COLOR=purple][B]A sky full of starships, with nowhere to go.[/B][/COLOR] [B][URL] Last edited by Juliet; 07-06-2010 at 03:11 AM. Quote: Originally Posted by nutcore View Post Duct tape is like the Force, it has a light side, a dark side and it binds the universe lmao crash277 is offline Quote Quick Reply post #29 of 58 (permalink) Old 12-30-2010, 08:28 AM keithcbr Lifetime Premium Join Date: Jul 2010 Location: Streetsboro, OH Posts: 166 Thanks: 3 Thanked 11 Times in 9 Posts Feedback Score: 3 reviews Awesome write up!! I plan on changing the fluid on mine this weekend and this will help out a lot!! keithcbr is offline Quote Quick Reply post #30 of 58 (permalink) Old 12-31-2010, 12:09 PM Bullast Moto GP Racer Join Date: May 2009 Location: 42.5833 N, 114.4667 W Posts: 2,814 Images: 19 Thanks: 17 Thanked 223 Times in 178 Posts Feedback Score: 10 reviews When I get my aftermarket lines, I intend to get 2 seperate fronts. 99% of bikers give the rest a bad name. it is only now that i am changing my pads (18k), and btw, the fluid has stayed the same since the refill. If it can be done without affecting the fluid then perhaps that is a good option, but only if the pads are actually worn.

 

DOT 3, 4 and 5.1 are compatible, 5.0 is silicone based and not compatible. Manufacturers recommend changing this every one to two years and with good reason, brake fluid is hygroscopic and absorbs moisture from the air this will affect braking performance and the water content will corrode master and slave cylinders internally over time. Brake fluid is very caustic, and will quickly ruin paint and crack plastic if its spilled. Get several old rags or towels and cover your handlebars, instrument cluster, and wheels. Terms of Use. I'll have to check the service manual again, but I think for pad replacement they include bleeding the line. Fantastic Job!!! SF600RR is offline Quote Quick Reply post #6 of 58 (permalink) Old 07-05-2010, 04:51 PM colnpanic Pocketbike Racer Join Date: Feb 2008 Posts: 303 Thanks: 0 Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts Feedback Score: 11 reviews OP, nice write up, thanks for taking the time to document it! Quote: Originally Posted by CaribRider View Post Hey, this is an excellent set of instructions, well illustrated. and it will puch out all teh fluid. 6704223018

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