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Paul
Derbyshire,
United Kingdom

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31 Aug 2017 16:01
Get yourself an aprilia mille brembo master cylinder if you aren't bothered about a matching pair. Banjo threads & bleed nipple are different 1ml, but this allows you to bleed the top end of the system as well as the calipers.

Or get a pair of straight brake lines & after you've bled the calipers, undo the master cylinder banjo with pressure on the lever and any air trapped at this end will eventually come out there, just use the banjo like a bleed nipple. Obviuosly get a rag round it first. This also worked for me & because of this I'm back to the Triumph master cylinder on click 4 on the adjuster with 3cms or so to the bars full on.

Costs about the same.
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