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Anyone have a video on replacing the brake and clutch lines on 15+ road glide? I did the cables and brake line on my 06 but I'm a little intimidated on this bike. With the splits and ABS
 

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No video but I did it on my 11 and its not that hard. I used a Mityvac to pull the new brake fluid thru the
lines from the brake reservoir to the calipers.
 

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This is what I was thinking. I'm installing a FM 107 and heads at the moment so I'd like to change the lines out while it's all apart. I have to take it in to Dyno when I'm done so figure I'll just have them bleed them while it's there
 

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This is what I was thinking. I'm installing a FM 107 and heads at the moment so I'd like to change the lines out while it's all apart. I have to take it in to Dyno when I'm done so figure I'll just have them bleed them while it's there
Im gonna need a full report on that FM 107 on my desk by 8am. No seriously been looking at the 107 myself. What cam and compression are you going with?
 

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That's what the Stealer want's you to believe...
Well you're wrong . Trust me I know how to bleed brakes. After bleeding the abs brakes, still not stopping proper. Let dealer do a bleed through their computer/digital tech brakes now work the way they should. Thank you for your irrelevant information. BTW the abs bleed is not an actual brake bleed like one would imagine.

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Well you're wrong . Trust me I know how to bleed brakes. After bleeding the abs brakes, still not stopping proper. Let dealer do a bleed through their computer/digital tech brakes now work the way they should. Thank you for your irrelevant information. BTW the abs bleed is not an actual brake bleed like one would imagine.

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I did mine and stops just as good as before.
 

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This is what I was thinking. I'm installing a FM 107 and heads at the moment so I'd like to change the lines out while it's all apart. I have to take it in to Dyno when I'm done so figure I'll just have them bleed them while it's there
Im gonna need a full report on that FM 107 on my desk by 8am. No seriously been looking at the 107 myself. What cam and compression are you going with?
I just sent the heads and cylinders to FM today. I have the Bassani Road Rage 2 into 1 and I was thinking 107, 777 cams, level B heads, 10.5 and variable clutch After talking to Bob at FM he highly suggested the 999-6a. He said the 777s are great cams but I'd be happier with the 999s. Got a couple friends together sat night, one who's done a few of these FM builds, and got her tore down.
 

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I just sent the heads and cylinders to FM today. I have the Bassani Road Rage 2 into 1 and I was thinking 107, 777 cams, level B heads, 10.5 and variable clutch After talking to Bob at FM he highly suggested the 999-6a. He said the 777s are great cams but I'd be happier with the 999s. Got a couple friends together sat night, one who's done a few of these FM builds, and got her tore down.
Man thats awesome. Its going to make some nice numbers for sure.
 
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