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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-19-2013, 12:19 AM Thread Starter
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any1 know how to bleed a repsol clutch 05

looking everywhere on 1000rr forums but cant find a video or someone in Naperville area to help me.

thanks in advance.
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-19-2013, 12:22 AM
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Whats so special about bleeding the clutch on a repsol ?
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Pretty easy even using your bike in the video

Try searching youtube next time


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Pretty easy even using your bike in the video

Try searching youtube next time

........clutch is his inquiry , wake up .
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........clutch is his inquiry , wake up .
i stopped at bleed

do we bleed our clutches?

change your oil and you have completed what you asked


BTW be ready for another pizza day at your shop

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looking everywhere on 1000rr forums but cant find a video or someone in Naperville area to help me.

thanks in advance.
I am shooting in the dark here as this is just a hunch but I am guessing you bleed it the same way as a non repsol cbr.
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i stopped at bleed

do we bleed our clutches?

change your oil and you have completed what you asked


BTW be ready for another pizza day at your shop
I think he means hydraulic clutch fluid. I've done it in cars, same procedure really as doing brakes for the most part

Should be able t find more info on that, or take it somewhere to get it properly the first time
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Dude, I'm in Naperville. PM me and I'll give you my address. We can bleed that shit in 10 mins as well as your brakes. I even have a brand new can of RBF600 we can use for the brakes...

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