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BRAKE BLEEDING SEQUENCE

1) Using the Front Brake Lever - Front Right caliper Upper bleed nipple
2) Using the Front Brake Lever - Front Left caliper Lower bleed nipple
3) Using the Rear Brake Pedal - Front Left caliper Upper bleed nipple
4) Using the Rear Brake Pedal - Front Right caliper Lower bleed nipple
5) Using the Rear Brake Pedal - Rear caliper Lower bleed nipple
6) Using the Rear Brake Pedal - Anti Dive plunger
7) Using the Rear Brake Pedal - Rear caliper Upper bleed nipple

If you feel there might still be air in the system, these further steps can be done, but are optional.

8: Pressure bleeding the lower Junction block. (Upper left side of frame sitting on bike).Follow rubber hose from Secondary master cyl to the Junction block.

9: Pressure Bleed the top Banjo bolt on the Secondary Master Cyl. (To be sure the air bubble is completely out)

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2) Using the Front Brake Lever - Front Left caliper Lower bleed nipple


Doesn't the front brake lever only activate the right caliper?
 

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Done as per above formula. I used a vac pump for all but the last two. I couldn't get any liquid out of the anti dive till I pressed the foot pedal. On the upper rear bleeder was difficult to work the vac pump ,wrench and vac hose so I opted to use the foot pedal.
My wife was the helper.
 

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BRAKE BLEEDING SEQUENCE

1) Using the Front Brake Lever - Front Right caliper Upper bleed nipple
2) Using the Front Brake Lever - Front Left caliper Lower bleed nipple
3) Using the Rear Brake Pedal - Front Left caliper Upper bleed nipple
4) Using the Rear Brake Pedal - Front Right caliper Lower bleed nipple
5) Using the Rear Brake Pedal - Rear caliper Lower bleed nipple
6) Using the Rear Brake Pedal - Anti Dive plunger
7) Using the Rear Brake Pedal - Rear caliper Upper bleed nipple

If you feel there might still be air in the system, these further steps can be done, but are optional.

8: Pressure bleeding the lower Junction block. (Upper left side of frame sitting on bike).Follow rubber hose from Secondary master cyl to the Junction block.

9: Pressure Bleed the top Banjo bolt on the Secondary Master Cyl. (To be sure the air bubble is completely out)

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Man, that's a lot of nipples!:ROFL:
 
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