Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: western Montana,USA
there shouldn't be ANY air.If there is after bleeding,then there's a leak somewhere or it isn't being bled right.Make sure you are holding the lever down when you tighten the bleeder screw,and make sure you are bleeding it enough.Loose brake line perhaps?
you might try putting a piece or clear tubing over the bleeder screw,then pump it up and bleed it until there are NO air bubbles coming out.you'll have to repeat it a few times.you want to get ALL the air out.Make sure the brake line is tight on both ends.
Hope this helps.
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2012 FLTRU-Thunderheader,T-max,tuned induction,progressive monotubes,Madstad 16 clear
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