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basically thats right. I thought there were instructions with them. The fluid will come out if you remove the stock bleeder. Thats ok. Just put the new pimpalicious speed bleeders on and i believe you rotate them open 1/4 turn and pump the brake. There are excellent threads about bleeding brakes you should check out on here. It matters how intense you want to be. Some pump rubbing etoh through to get all the moisture out. I just used new fluid and pumped till all new stuff was in there. Then i tied the brake handle down overnight to compress the bubbles and make them rise.
2011 Suzuki VSTROM DL650 with ABS Purchased Jan 28 now with 39,000miles WRECKED JAN 12 ,2013
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