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Old 08-15-2019, 01:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Speed bleeders: SB7100 vs SB7100S

Hi everybody. I want to install speed bleeders on my Stryker, but cannot find SB7100S sent to Mexico (at least, not cheap). I only found SB7100 which is the same thread (M7 x 1.0) but 5 mm overall longer (1.19 in vs 1.38 in). I could not found a drawing or something that shown where this overall length difference is, where exactly the extra 5 mm are.

I search in the forum and I found no reference about someone using this longer model instead of the short one. So, does anybody know if the SB7100 works ok with the Stryker? Thanks in advance.
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Not sure about length but have you tried Revzilla?

https://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/...r-metric-bikes
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These look like a must have item. Thanks for the link Preacherman. Getting myself an early Christmas present.
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These look like a must have item. Thanks for the link Preacherman. Getting myself an early Christmas present.
They are worth it. Makes bleeding a breeze, especially if you are doing it alone.
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They are worth it. Makes bleeding a breeze, especially if you are doing it alone.
What is the installation difficulty 1-10?
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What is the installation difficulty 1-10?
I'd say a 1.
Once you drain your brake fluid, it's a simple swap. Remove the old, install the new.
To use them is simple as well, back it out to open it and then just pump and bleed, no need to close it off. It's internal valving does all the work for you. I had them on my last bike and install it on my rear caliper on the Stryker. I haven't changed my front brake line yet, but when I do I will be installing a speed bleed fitting.
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Not sure about length but have you tried Revzilla?

https://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/...r-metric-bikes
Nop, I'll do it, but AFAIK, shipping to Mexico will not be less than 50 bucks... Unless revzilla have different options.
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Well, is a flat rate of US$35. I'll need to buy extra stuff to make the shipping worth...
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