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Crash 2006

How do I Bleed the Air out of my Front Forks on an 06?

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Is this the screw above the hard and soft clicker on the top of the fork? If so, is it spring loaded? I will it pop out at me. :thumbsup: Does it have to be removed or just loosened up to bleed them?

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I imagine my 03 is pretty similar in the way a air bleed screw works, but yes that is it and no it is not spring loaded. On mine there is a rubbar o ring around it and after a ride elevate the forks and start unscrewing it and you will hear a hiss and then tighten it, works for me.

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Yes, what 450 rider said. Takes me a whole 30 seconds if that. I do it after every ride, doing so helps to save the fork seals.

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buy the fork speed bleeders and it will take you 2 seconds, you can do it after every time out on the track.. buy the ones advertised on this site, they are like 40 bucks and they are bad ass.

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I just did it, man that was a lot of work! Not sure I can do it after every ride!!! TT Forums rule!

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buy the fork speed bleeders and it will take you 2 seconds, you can do it after every time out on the track.. buy the ones advertised on this site, they are like 40 bucks and they are bad ass.

I was looking at those too and want to get them but I'm too lazy to actually buy them. :thumbsup:

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When you guy's say every ride do you mean after each long day at the track or every moto? I run about 5-6 hours per day when I'm at the track, I usually like to bleed them once at the track, and once before I leave the track.

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just make sure the bike is on a stand w/the front wheel off the ground when you let the air out...

I just did it, man that was a lot of work! Not sure I can do it after every ride!!! TT Forums rule!

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and dude, if you think that was a lot of work, i can't imagine how you'll maintain the rest of the bike! :thumbsup:

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I'd say do it after every moto and if you are just practicing then do it periodically. Doesn't hurt to do it more often then none!

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and dude, if you think that was a lot of work, i can't imagine how you'll maintain the rest of the bike! :thumbsup:

I think he was joking...:ride:

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just make sure the bike is on a stand w/the front wheel off the ground when you let the air out...

and dude, if you think that was a lot of work, i can't imagine how you'll maintain the rest of the bike! :ride:

That was a joke. :thumbsup:

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