Speed bleeders + brake fluid, coolant spillage
Okay, I have a set of Speed Bleeders ready to be installed and I also have some brake fluid (no idea when it was changed, but it needs to be done). I have a chicken or the egg sort of question.
I plan to replace my lines with S/S braided down the road.
The SB packaging says not to install them on a completely dry system because it's so difficult to overcome the air pressure (or whatever).
1) So should I just wait to install them when I get my braided lines or can I put them on now and do my brake fluid?
2) Then when it comes time to put the SS lines on how do I overcome the fact that the lines will be completely empty as they will be brand new?
I'm also taking this current down time to flush my coolant (needs to be done, should have been done when I bought it). Although that's kind of a side note.. My overflow hose seems to be spitting coolant onto my lower fairing (the black part with SUZUKI on it) as well as onto my exhaust can. This is really fucking irritating because it dries as this ugly green shit crust.
3) Is that normal?
I love pulling up the front wheel given the opportunity, but I'm not a stunt master by any stretch so it's not like I'm riding around everywhere on my back wheel. I don't see this annoying coolant spew on any other local GSXRs....
2007 GSX-R 600 Red/White
Bitches love red