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Old 16th March 2019, 03:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Removing R33 GTR Calipers - Full System Bleed

Hi Guys, is it OK to let all of the brake fluid out of the system?

I'm going to send my Brembo calipers off for a full refurb and re-paint, so all 4 of the calipers will be off the car at the same time... This means I'll have to let all of the brake fluid seep out of the system, and then refill it and bleed the system again when I get the calipers back.

Some cars you can't do this with such as BMW E46, as it requires a high pressure bleed in case air gets into the DSC/ABS brake unit...

I don't know about the Skylines?

Cheers,

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