Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Milford NH & Oceanside CA(N San Diego)SoCal USA
Model: 2008 GL1800 Level 4
Are the rotors within thickness specs?
Are you using new pads?
Did you clean the pistons up when you took the calipers apart?
Are the pistons pitted?
Sometimes you will need to release the air at the line out at the master(bench bleeding) before bleeding the system. Use that point as a bleeder valve first the bleed the rest of the system.
Yes you may need to pull your masters and clean them, well advised if the rest of the system was that bad. There are the tiny return ports in them that need to be cleaned with a wire from a wire brush or the smallest welding tip cleaner. If you don't clean them the brakes will not release and you will burn/warp rotors and pads will wear out fast.
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