Hi, just seeing this now. I don't have a 6th gen so my answers are anecdotal at best. Seek clarification from Webike about which kit would work for you. From what I saw of 6th gen kits there were variances based on ABS or not. I don't seen any advantages to going with Earl's aluminum hoses, as stated in my video. Maybe there's weight savings? The VFR is already a heavy bike and if you're looking at this kit to begin with it's probably not seeing track days. Any aftermarket hose kits I would order for any bike would be braided stainless. If the linked brakes on the 6th gens are like the 5th, yes the one line from the master cylinder makes a Y and splits off. With the Hurrcane kit the double banjo is installed at the master cylinder, and two lines are ran to left and right. The NISSIN front calipers on my 5th gen have two bleed ports, one for the front circuit pistons off the lever, and another bleed for the rear circuit activated by the foot pedal. There's no need to bleed the rear circuit when installing this kit. Check the 6th gen service manual to identify the front circuit bleed ports.