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Get some help and gently lay it on the right side. You can even lean it on some bricks or scrap lumber, at the engine guard. Just lean it like it had a right side side stand. Then squeeze the clutch lever, hold for a few seconds and release. Do this several times. Tilting the bike to the right will let the air bubble to escape past the banjo bolt. When leaning to the left, the air gets trapped at the banjo bolt. Then have your helper help stand the bike back up.

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When you try to get to the bleeder on the back of the engine you will see why other "tricks" are offered! :cool:

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Glad to Hear you found an easy fix!

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