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    Default 2016 RTL bleeding brake fluid

    I am interested in purchasing speedbleeders for changing the brake fluid on a 2016 RTL. Can anyone tell me what size/sizes I need to get?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Thumbs up speed bleeders 4 spyder

    I have looked into this question and the answer is [ SD8125L ] for my 2014 RTS. These are stainless steel. Same # front and back. I haven't put them in ( nor ordered them ) but I've had them on other motorcycles and they worked perfect for brake bleeding. I draw out the old fluid from the resivour, fill with new, and procude to bleed,keeping the res. full. It of course dosen't cycle the ABS but you can do that with a hard stop on a loose surface.

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    Lew L
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    2014 RTS in circuit yellow, farkeling addiction down to once every few months. Flashed ECU installed

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    Thanks Lew L. This is exactly the information that I needed.

    But I am wondering if the number should not be SB8125L? I have searched and could not find an SD8125L. Do you remember where you purchased yours?

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    Whenever I order Speed Bleeders, I do it by phone, that way, I get the correct fitment for the vehicle. I tell folks that Speed Bleeders make the job stupid easy.
    Ours is a red, black and chrome 2017 F3 Limited. Bought new in 2/2019. The avatar is my first bike back in 1952, a Simplex Servi-Cycle. Photo taken at the Barber Museum.

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