How I did mine,
Crack open the bleeders on the front brake calipars, open the cap on the handlebars for the fluid, pull the brake lever and get most of the fluid out. then remove the lines from the calipars, unbolt the block and take the lines off the A-arms. then I found removing the plastic over the radiator gave me more room to get the lines up and out. You have a small clamp holding the main line to the frame, use a screwdriver to knock it out of it's seat. install the lines in reverse order of removal, use the new washers that came with your brake line kit!!!
now with everthing hooked up, you can either gravity bleed the calipars or tighten up the bleeders and do them one at a time, just keeping the resivour full. I found you can actually bleed them yourself, squeezing the lever then opening the bleeder on each wheel, not both calipars at the same time. do one at a time till no bubbles (air) comes out. then go to the other wheel and repeat. have some brake clean handy to spray things off and clean up your mess.
You will love the difference in the more sur feel.
Good luck, use DOT4 fluid or better like the manufactuer recommends.
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