I used Andrewbox's instructions, but after I closed the window, I couldn't find the thread again. Also, I've added a couple pics. This was my first time doing ANYTHING to any type of brakes, so it took me about 2 hours, but I remember Andrew's thread said it should take about an hour.
Ratchet Wrench (8mm, 10mm, 12mm, 14mm heads)
1 qt brake fluid (i used Motul RBF600)
water bottle with water in it
rag and bucket of water
Got these from sumofallparts through the group buy; $125 front and rear
1. Put the bike up on stands, just to make it easier and safer
2. Removed the stock bleeder valve with 8mm wrench and replaced it with a speedbleeder on both sides. Bled the brake lines and the master cylinder.
3. Use 12mm wrench to remove brake line bolts on left and right sides.
4. Take off the bolts holding the brake lines to the front fender (8mm right side, 10mm left side)
5. Remove the bolt holding the lines just above the radiator (8mm). You can access it by turning the handlebars all the way to the right and ratcheting between the gauges and the handlebars.
6. Undo the bolt holding the lines to the master cylinder.