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PostPosted: July 16, 2012, 12:04 am 
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Since I am new to this group I thought I would pass along a technique I used to bleed my clutch and brakes. I injected fluid through the bleed cocks with a 100 cc syringe on each wheel and the clutch slave. It worked perfectly the first time with no air in the systems. Just keep an eye on the reservoirs to pull some off if it gets too full :cheers: . Keith Williams


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PostPosted: July 28, 2012, 1:45 am 
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Thanks Keith, it is a good tip.

Most larger brake shops do this method except they use an air pot to send the fluid through the system - it's called "pressure bleeding" and is very effective.


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