I successfully did what was outlined in this video, but he leaves a few steps out.
1. Only do one fork at a time, otherwise front end will go down and will be very hard to compress springs enough to put caps back on!!!!
Best solution is you need to elevate the front wheel off the ground and unload it
2. Each fork takes 11.2 oz +/- .08 oz fluid with spring removed (I used 1qt/32oz Motul 15W from Amazon)
3. I created my own syringe kit by ordering a large syringe from Amazon
Attached a 3/8" OD clear to it - used that to draw old fluid out
When I got everything I could that way, I then attached a 1/4" OD line to that and stuck it down deeper into the fork to get the rest out
4. The manual says the fluid, with forks compressed should be 5.9" from the top
Best method would probably be to remove the forks, but I wanted to try this shortcut method to see how it works.