Bleeding the Integral ABS

A very detailed tutorial about bleeding the servo integral ABS brakes. It should work on all R 1150 and R 1200 bikes.

What happens:

– brake overheats during extensive heavy braking (like going fast on twisties or on the race track)

– brake levers feel spongy

– brake loses power

When happens:

– brake fluid too old (recomended change every 1 year, to be on the safe side)

– riding for prolonged periods of time in rain or wet environement, like in UK (brake fluid absorbs 2% moisture per year through hoses/brake reservoir; when it reaches 8%, it will overheat)

– problems with old o-rings or brake lines

http://advwisdom.hogranch.com/Wisdom/service_abs3.pdf

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