Join Date: Mar 2005
Location: Medford, Oregon, USA
Kevin. On that clutch, break the banjo bolt loose at the clutch master cyl. That "high spot" give a great spot for air to remain. You'll be surprised the amount of air that comes out. Also, doing the slight pull, repeatedly, will help get some air out. Watch the reservoir, and you'll see little bubbles escaping. Hard to explain, but we're talking very little lever movement. Tickle the lever, like, 50 times.
Youdidn't getinto the valve covers, did you? Just a stator job? Did it sit a good long while?
Knicknacks by Eric of Holland (former LTD rider)
80 Int., 85 Int., 85 LTD, 90/2000 1500, and now a 2006 Nav, Cabernet Red