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post #1 of 5 Old Dec 10th, 2019, 7:57 pm Thread Starter
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Do people find that a vacuum is needed to do a thorough a good

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post #2 of 5 Old Dec 11th, 2019, 4:24 am
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Do people find that a vacuum is needed to do a thorough a good
No. It is fine without.
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Do people find that a vacuum is needed to do a thorough a good
Not if using speedbleeders no.
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I have been wanting a set for my 14 RT. But am unclear on what sized I need. I know the front and back are different, and once heard the front takes a different size on each side. Mine are all the stock, brembo branded calipers.

Can anyone confirm the sizes of the 3 that I need?
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I have been wanting a set for my 14 RT. But am unclear on what sized I need. I know the front and back are different, and once heard the front takes a different size on each side. Mine are all the stock, brembo branded calipers.

Can anyone confirm the sizes of the 3 that I need?
The correct sizes are given at the speedbreeder site! Motorcycle Application Chart

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