Burgman 650 - DIY - Rear Brake Pads Replacement




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ArcanePath360: After spending all morning I'm convinced that the back wheel needs removing before the back caliper can come off. I've no idea why, it looks like it comes off, but it just won't no matter what I do.

r ruiter: When pushing the pistons back , you should open the bleeder valve on the caliper. This will prevent dirty fluid from going back into your lines. Very important when you have ABS. The fluid inside the caliper is the dirtiest fluid since it constantly gets hot and cools down. Ideally do a brake flush after the caliper change as well. Very easy to do.

Joseph Totter: has any one done this on a 2011 or newer ? the brake caliper is on the front side not the rear as in this video and for teh life of me i cant get the caliper off, The spacing between the disc and the inside of the wheel causes the caliper to get stuck. Basically not enough space to slide the caliper off the disc before it hits the wheel

Rolando Perez: Can CNC Brake Clean be use on the caliper as well

Rafael Avila: Thank you for this great work, It's been very useful for me. But after replace the pads the caliper vibrates and make a funny noise, I repeat all the steps again and after few minutes the noise appears again, What do you think is happening? I consider to change the bolts of the caliper holder, but I'm not sure this was the problem. Any ideas, thank you in advance in any case. Your videos are the best,

svracer2001: Thanks for making this tutorial. I tried this process today. I have a question about the caliper shim (the small, square one). I didn't pay enough attention when I took it off, so I don't know what orientation to put it back on in. The few times I tried the shim just kept falling to the ground as I put the caliper back on the bike. Also, my insulators won't fit so I left them off. With the insulators, I can't get enough clearance between the brake pads at about the last 1/4" of re-install :(

ArcanePath360: @LeDude00 Unfortunately I live in UK, and from Google shopping, they're all quite expensive for a tool I will maybe use twice in my life. Perhaps I'll borrow one.... thanks

ArcanePath360: Thanks, I have a 400 but this helped me. I don't have a torque wrench though, does it really matter that much? Can I not just go by feel?

pernellandrew: Thanks very much love your vids keep up the good work :)

THEJEDEYEMASTER: how the hell do you keep you bike looking so good..? btw your vids are very helpful..even though I didn't get a Burgman yet. hopefully soon.. BRAVO man! love the flip flops..no green today..HAHA!

THEJEDEYEMASTER: how the hell do you keep you bike looking so good..? btw your vids are very helpful..evn though I didn't get a burgman yet. hopefully soon.. BRAVO man!
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