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Just got done with the brake flushing on my 2006 LT with 20k on it.:dance:
Everything went well, pretty easy really, the old fluid was awful nasty, looked like root beer.
I bought the bike in April, with no service records.
I've done everything else, O2, spark plugs, coolant, filters etc.
Last thing I have left on my list is clutch fluid flush.

later..Randy
 

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Congratulations! My 2002 survived my efforts last month, with only a few barely-visible spots where fluid hit the corner of the windscreen and the dashboard. My reminder to use a drape next time.

Yep, root beer came out of my tap too.

It is a good feeling to have accomplished this, particularly when I estimate the $$ savings in labor.

Jim
 

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This is on my list also, lucky for me I have a 2000, should be easy.
Congrats, should help keep it in good shape longer.
 

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Congratulations! My 2002 survived my efforts last month, with only a few barely-visible spots where fluid hit the corner of the windscreen and the dashboard. My reminder to use a drape next time.

Jim
To help prevent creating the mess on the windscreen and dash.....place a quarter in the bottom of the reservoir when doing the bleed. Just remember to remove it when you are done.
 

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To help prevent creating the mess on the windscreen and dash.....place a quarter in the bottom of the reservoir when doing the bleed. Just remember to remove it when you are done.
Good idea! But what if I can afford a nickel? :histerica
 
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