Was planning to remove my clutch bracket and master cylinder reservoir to have them chromed myself. Was looking in the service manual and it references a special HD tool and process to bleed the system when you open it up BEFORE the ABS manifold. If you open the system after the ABS manifold you are fine and you can bleed it as you would any other brake system. Question is, if you remove the reservoir on the bars, and refill the system you will most likely introduce air in the ABS manifold. Will it impact your braking if the ABS is not activated or just if the ABS brakes are activated. My idea would be to replace the brackets on the bars, refill the system and them get it to a dealer for a complete ABS bleed with the little miracle tool that is referenced in the manual. No shade tree or jobber will have one since it has to connect to HD every so often to continue working and has a security card from what I'm told. Other than that, anyone have any ideas on how to bleed an ABS bike if you get into the system before the ABS manifold.