1301 51-R4043 BRAKE LINE CONNECTORS Male flare union Size Chrome 10mm x 1.0 European 51-R4043 (2) 10mm x 1.0 Japanese 51-R4143 (2) 10mm x 1.25 European 51-R4045 (2) 10mm x 1.25 Japanese 51-R4145 (2) 51-R4041 Size BLEEDER VALVES 51-R40525 1/4 -28 threads (2) 51-R40526 3/8-24 threads (2) 51-R40527 8mm X 1.25 (2) 51-R40528 7mm X 1.0 (2) 51-R40529 10mm X 1.0 (2) 51-R40530 10mm X 1.25 (2) Female flare union Size Chrome Black Chrome 10mm x 1.0 European 51-R4041 (2) 10mm x 1.0 Japanese 51-R4141 51-R09655 (2) 10mm x 1.25 Japanese 51-R4147 (1) Rapid bleeder valves Speedbleeders are patented bleeder screws with a built-in check valve. To bleed brake lines, simply loosen bleeder valve 1/4 turn and pump the lever. When the job is completed re-tighten the bleeder and it becomes a permanent part of your brake system. Note: Brembo uses 51-G1010, Nissin: 51-G8126 and Tokico: 51-G7100. For hard to reach use the L or LL which denoted longer models. Model Position OEM Size Ducati All models Rear SB8125L 51-G8126 8mm x 1.25 Long Honda CBR1000R Rear SB8125L 51-G8126 8mm x 1.25 Long CBR1000R Front SB7100 51-G7100 7mm x 1.00 Gold Wings Front/Rear/Clutch SB8125LL 51-G8127 8mm x 1.25 X-Long All models (except Gold Wing, Front/Rear/Clutch SB8125 51-G8125 8mm x 1.25 CBR1000R) Kawasaki All models Rear SB8125L 51-G8126 8mm x 1.25 Long All models Front SB7100 51-G7100 7mm x 1.00 All models Clutch SB8125 51-G8125 8mm x 1.25 Suzuki All models Rear/Clutch SB8125L 51-G8126 8mm x 1.25 Long All models Front SB7100 51-G7100 7mm x 1.00 Yamaha All models Rear SB7100 51-G7100 7mm x 1.00 All models Front SB8125L 51-G8126 8mm x 1.25 Long All models Clutch SB8125 51-G8125 8mm x 1.25 Speed Bleeder® Replace your original bleeder screw with our patented Speed Bleeder® and you are ready to start. All you do is open the valve 1/4 to 1/2 turn and pump your brake lever continuously. Our patented check ball design allows the old fluid and air to be pushed out, but closes between pumps, preventing the old fluid or air from getting back into the system. When all the old fluid is purged from the system, tighten the valve and you are done!
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