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I installed speed bleeders in every spot possible on my wing this morning (clutch, front and rear calipers, and anti dive valve, 8 total). The initial work of getting the clutch slave and the front brakes took the longest. Then I did it in stages,
1st replaced the clutch slave bleeder screw and flushed the system,
2nd replaced the 2 bleed screws that are operated by the hand lever, then flushed and bled at the same time
3rd replaced the 5 bleed screws that are worked with the foot brake and flushed the system

this made it soooooooooooooooooooo easy, it is now a simple one person job
put the hose over the bleed screw, clip hose in old mayo open screw, pump brake until clean fluid, close her up....done

I do believe I am going to order them for my truck and my wife's car... so I can single handed flush those two as well

I am running out of projects
 

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Yes sir, you got it right. I've added speed bleeders to nine different bikes in the last few years. It sure makes it easy to do the annual brake bleed.
 
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Did that last year on my 05 Wing and makes things so much easier. Had changed out on my Magna a few years back and thats when I first learned of them. Money well spent.
 
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