Have just rebuilt my master cylinder but can't get them bleed. Have tried the old fashioned bleeding with the help of her indoors and also vacuum bleeding but nothing. I took the calipers off and fired the air line in to see if the pistons were siezed. A couple were sticky but all ok...
so, I've got a front master cylinder rebuild kit but have heard a few people on FB say that there is a circlip that needs to be removed which is a pain in the a** to get to.
Has anyone encountered this and do you have any tips to make the removal easier?
Thanks in advance
Anyone attempted this ? is it a easy job ?
Do I have disassemble the whole twist grip ?
I'm done with these Rubbish brakes they need bleeding every 200 miles or so .
Also after market calipers best I can find that are acutely available are Pretech
Anyone know of another brand ?
I changed out my forward foot controls on my 2014 Roadster for R3T floorboards. As such, I have a whack of parts from my 2014 Roadster.
2014 R3R Mounts & Pegs by technoguppy posted May 7, 2018 at 5:33 PM
2014 R3R Rear Brake Control & Master Cylinder by technoguppy posted May 7, 2018 at 5:33...
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