Thanks!Hiya Dave! Take off the OEM cable & put on the new one & then bleed! Piece of cake man! You can do it easy. Check out Gadget's site:
Hydraulics Bleeding (Brake and Clutch)
I got one of the irrigation syringes & a piece of rubber hose at the local farm supplies store. Took me about 2 min to bleed em. Works great!! Be sure to protect painted surfaces real good though, brake fluid will ruin your paint pronto!! :shock: 8)
Thanks Trikebubble. BTW do you still have those pics of how to run internal handlebar wiring? I need all the help I can get!2 words:
Speed Bleeder Bleeding Brakes Bleeding Motorcycle Brakes Automotive Bleeder Screw Brake Bleeder
I installed these little marvels when I replaced my brake lines, and they make bleeding brakes a breeze. No vacuum pump is needed, nothing. It took me about 1/2 hour to bleed all the brakes on both our bikes.
Their should be a thread or three under the "how to / projects" section with all the stuff. search for 3 seperate threads, I can't remember the exact titles, but they were something along the lines of "airing out my pits, pt1 (pt2 & pt3)Thanks Trikebubble. BTW do you still have those pics of how to run internal handlebar wiring? I need all the help I can get!