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Old 12-07-2012, 06:50 PM   #1
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Speed Bleeder

Hey folks,

So I'm about to pick up some Speed Bleeder for my '04 600RR and I was wondering if the Speed Bleeder site stated that for any 600RR with nissin calipers, then you get S8125L? Would this be for both the front calipers, the rear caliper, and the master cylinder?

That would mean I would have to buy 4 Speed Bleeders or would I just need 3 of them? Tried searching it up on the forum, but no luck so far or it ends up people talking about why waste money on Speed Bleeder.

Just trying to find a solid answer before I purchase my Speed Bleeder so any help regarding the answer to my question would be extremely helpful.

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Old 12-07-2012, 07:09 PM   #2
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im going to be picking this up at some point, this is all you would need if im not mistaken
https://www.motomummy.com/brake-blee...brake-bleeder/
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Old 12-07-2012, 07:23 PM   #3
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if anything get these

https://www.motomummy.com/speed-blee.../speedbleeder/

they are very nice.

You loosen it like you would the normal ones then you just pump pump pump without having to turn left than right, etc etc. Its very nice
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Old 12-07-2012, 09:06 PM   #4
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http://stores.sportbiketrackgear.com/Detail.bok?no=5089
yeah this should give you all the info you need
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Old 12-07-2012, 10:20 PM   #5
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Wow very nice for the price . Us that $13 for one right? Might invest in two of them. The rear is usually easy to bleed , but the front are pita
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Old 12-07-2012, 11:19 PM   #6
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Sweet looks like I'll be picking up 3 of them. 2 for the front calipers and 1 for the rear. Thanks guys! Been very helpful!


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Old 12-08-2012, 01:02 AM   #7
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Sweet looks like I'll be picking up 3 of them. 2 for the front calipers and 1 for the rear. Thanks guys! Been very helpful!


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Sweet brah!! Take pics and make a review. I'm interested too. Front re bleeding took me like 30 mins last time, after I did my brake rebuild.
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I want to pick up a set of these but am not sure about sizing. Some sites require specific sizing while others not so much. I'm riding an '05 600RR. Any guidance is appreciated!
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Same here, great idea!
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thats awesome great find Im getting a set
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I want to pick up a set of these but am not sure about sizing. Some sites require specific sizing while others not so much. I'm riding an '05 600RR. Any guidance is appreciated!
For the '05, you might probably have to search it up because you're running TOKICO. I have the '04 where they're still running NISSIN.
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Old 07-05-2013, 08:43 AM   #12
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Just,ordered this yesterday. Hooks to your air compressor to create a vacuum. Would work on cars also.

http://www.griotsgarage.com/product/...ortby=ourPicks


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Don't put a speedbleeders on the MC, just the calipers.
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Old 07-15-2013, 09:31 PM   #14
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Don't put a speedbleeders on the MC, just the calipers.

Everyone says this but why?
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Everyone says this but why?
I'm guessing it's unnecessary... but not too sure as well. I ordered 3 Speedbleeders. 2 for the front calipers and 1 for the rear.
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Hey fellas, here is a little tip to keep in mind. After you have extracted the brake fluid from the reservoir air will find it's way into the master cylinder. You must bled that first to shorten your brake job, otherwise you will be frustrated because you can't get it to bleed right. Some times even with a vacuum system to aide you, the master cylinder must be bleed first. This is something that I have noticed over time as I have done countless brake jobs.
speed bleeders help because it eliminates the other body you need to help you pump the system to bleed it, anyway I hope this will help you......
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Old 07-16-2013, 04:53 PM   #17
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Hey fellas, here is a little tip to keep in mind. After you have extracted the brake fluid from the reservoir air will find it's way into the master cylinder. You must bled that first to shorten your brake job, otherwise you will be frustrated because you can't get it to bleed right. Some times even with a vacuum system to aide you, the master cylinder must be bleed first. This is something that I have noticed over time as I have done countless brake jobs.
speed bleeders help because it eliminates the other body you need to help you pump the system to bleed it, anyway I hope this will help you......
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you don't bleed the master cylinder on 03-06
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Hey fellas, here is a little tip to keep in mind. After you have extracted the brake fluid from the reservoir air will find it's way into the master cylinder. You must bled that first to shorten your brake job, otherwise you will be frustrated because you can't get it to bleed right. Some times even with a vacuum system to aide you, the master cylinder must be bleed first. This is something that I have noticed over time as I have done countless brake jobs.
speed bleeders help because it eliminates the other body you need to help you pump the system to bleed it, anyway I hope this will help you......
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why tho I dont understand..

Is this the same for a 2007

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you don't bleed the master cylinder on 03-06
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no. 03-06 have a different mc than 07+
On the 03-06 there is no bleed valve
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