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#28: 04-13-2007, 12:41 PM
 
 rougeben83
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Originally Posted by Osei View Post
Add my chime to a great writeup.

I can only add, when changing the fluid completely, a basting syringe or sauce innoculator works great for getting almost all of the old fluid out of the reservoir.

for additional bedding procedures for rotors and pads, Baer has a great pdf.
see www.baer.com . under the tech section.

My wife doesn't care to help in my auto endeavors, so I was forced to go to speedbleeders. .

I have not had any problems with them.

O.
+1 on the reservoir. It helps make the bleed go much faster, since you don't have a whole reservoir of old fluid to pump through the line to get to the new fluid. Plus it's one less trip back to the hood to refill the reservoir