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Usually not very long. I empty the reservoir with a syringe, refill with clean, and bleed it through until close to empty, refill and go. If still squishy try cracking the banjo bolt under the reservoir. Put a plastic sheet over the paint with an old towell on top of it to soak up any drippage (brake fluid bad for paint). Then I wrap the banjo (with wrench already on it, 12mm I think) with an old sock, squeeze the handle and just crack it. That will get any air out trapped up high.
Then clean it up. When you put the cap on the reservoir watch for additional fluid that may seep out when tightening the screws.
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Also, if your talking the rear, bleed the front caliper and then the rear one.
Remember the pedal works the rear brake and left front brake (same side of bike).
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