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I've replaced all of the bleeder nipples with speed bleeders to ease fluid flush/changes. I still use a mityvac pump to prime a master cylinder and it keeps things clean when I pull a tube off a nipple with vacuum applied.

I've been fighting a low speed / light pressure squeal with the oem pads by sanding the pads glazing and sanding the rotors and cleaning with rubbing alcohol. However I've still had a rough time getting a good break-in. I've just switched to Vesrah RJL's and they seem to be performing better and with almost no squeal.

I would be interested in a better means of sanding the rotors other than by hand.
 
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