Craig Rogers: Hmmm, 1:53 when the syringe is fitted, the pipe has air in it. Push the plunger like that and it'll fill the system with air.
Kenneth Chew: great video.. most comprehensive i have seen! good work.. one thing, please leave out the cheesy background music next time :)
Dmitry Khimoroda: Awesome guide! Followed it and the brakes operate again. Many thanks!
Bixio Rimoldi: Thanks a lot. My brakes were no longer effective, but after following the procedure you describe they work great.
Outpost Omega: thanks a lot! ordered that tool and did everything like in the video. works perfect! thanks!
thePavuk: I have them too, and front 180mm disc can catapult me from seat with one finger pull. Just that bleeding doesn't look user friendly like SLX/XT.
Alex Gynnild: LOL Mr know n´do it all. Bleeding´s easy... and if you can stop on a dime, you´re going to slow ;)
Piston leak showed to be my problem (not uncommon with these brakes).
And if you think I´m saying stupid things, why do you need to point it out instead of sharing you great wisdom as the bike mechanic you are?
Josh Davis: Im a bike mechanic and to compare the braking force of a cantilever to these brakes is a joke. I just finished a successful bleed and I was able to stop on a dime using just one finger... maybe you should learn how to actually bleed and adjust hydraulics better before you say stupid things.
krush59: what do I do with the "old" oil in the funnel and the bag/bottle after the procedure?
neonbluen851: the voice sounds kinda like the guy on "How It's Made"
Alex Gynnild: Thanks a lot (very quick response :) :. Won´t waste time or money on these then.
Looking forward to being able to go absolutely mental instead of having to be careful.
bungaunga: Hello Alex.
These brakes are terrible. I suggest you replace them with M596. I have those now and its like poetry braking with 1 finger.
Alex Gynnild: Anyone have experience with improving the stopping power on these (different pads and bigger rotor)?
I´ve bled mine and i´ve never been so disapointed.
My bike with cantilever brakes will kill it any day in a brake test, even if i do it one handed vs two handed.
Alex Gynnild: Nope
bungaunga: Hi. I've tried few Shimano Non-series brakes just after bleeding and fine adjusting and were snappy responsive except my M575. Mechanic needed 2 hours to set them right. After one 30km drive brakes were loosing power, air bubbles in system and so on. Really for your own safety buy M596, which are not that expencive and they have a lot of stopping power. Shimano M575 are rubbiesh. =S
markmnorcal: Did he died? xdkos man: Who is the brainchild behind this smoke and mirrors move, half of what a salesman says is questionable the other half is a lie, it is clear someone at the top said how can we charge $500 more a rifle accross all of our products? answer GII. The guy in the video says it will make all the other DPMS 308 obsolete therefor you just eliminated a huge part of your own customers, I'll bet you don't sell as many GII's. If it doesn't make all the other models obsolete then don't state it in your video. It may be a better rifle, and it may not be, consumers will make that decision, in these days of better, faster, cheaper we wait and review. Kudos to everyone at DPMS except the brainchild himself. If you are the owner of DPMS I'm talking about you, stop trying to be such a cheap ass, make good products, and drop the better, faster, cheaper, it is outdated and consumers are well aware that in the end THEY are the ones getting screwed. Which means they cut down drastically on purchases. Hugo Coelho: what's the name of the thing that goes on caddy that stay on the outside of the caddy?? RedTornado34: Yeah Brenton!! now teach me how Will Gibbs: Does anyone know how to wear a belt that the uk land cadets? Really confusing Alexis Arnez: Cómo se registra dime porfa y te ganarás un nuevo supcriptor K62346 G∆MiNG NATiON | KGN: Recorded using Screen Recorder Pro. And im Guessing the Fps was around 20 - 23 max. its been a long time since i last played this. =)