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I don't think I have seen any post on bleeding breaks on the Z. I'm going to change the break lines to ss and replace the front caliper pistons to stainless as well. Will I be able to simply bleed the break system or should I be looking to the dealer for help.

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NO problem

HI there,
You should have no problems doing this job. Just remember, that if the master cylinder goes dry, you will have to have the dealer bleed the ABS system.
Reason is that when air gets into the ABS module, you need a factory scan tool to do what we call an 'automated bleed' to cycle the solenoids in the right sequence to get the air out. Then you bleed the brakes normally.
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ELF Z06 said:
I don't think I have seen any post on bleeding breaks on the Z.
And God willing, you won't! Hell, this is a CAR site -- if you want to learn more about COMPOUND FRACTURES, check out a medical site...

...Oh, wait a minute... You mean bleeding "BRAKES." Ok... ;)

(Just teasing. :D)

-Kirk
 
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