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Gladtobebackontwowheels
Dover, Kent,
United Kingdom

Posts: 3072
Daytona T595


02 Mar 2016 20:49
It will be air in the system. You might not believe there can still be air in there after all the bleeding but it will be. The method I've found to work is to bleed them as normal, but then to get that last bit of air out, I remove the reservoir lid and pump the lever as fast as I can for a few seconds and then pause. A stream of tiny bubbles should flow up through the M\C. Repeat that a few times until there's no more bubbles. I finished up with virtually a froth on top of the fluid reservoir. You should feel the lever get better with each process. The brake lever on my bike is now the best I've used on any bike I've had.
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