Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Washington, the state
The upper end of the hose at the master cylinder will need the air bled out of it. It is a tedious job. When you get the air bled from the calipers, go to the master cylinder. Hold a rag under the banjo bolt, loosen it slightly, squeeze the lever, bleed out some fluid & air bubbles, tighten the bolt, release the lever, adjust the reservoir level, repeat, repeat, repeat..... When you're done, strap the lever down to the grip and let it sit overnight. Correct the reservoir level. You should end up with a very firm feel by this point.
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