Join Date: Nov 2005
Location: East SF Bay Area
Re: Breake bleeding help needed
I thought I was going CRAZY when I tried to bleed mine after changing all the rear lines.
Make sure the master is fully bench bled. Long slow stokes. No bubbles. I always do lots of extras just to make sure.
Make sure the lid is off the MC. Start with gravity, then pressure bleed from the farthest to the closest away from the MC.
I've heard one problem with the vaccum bleeders is they'll suck air around the bleed screws.
1968 that started life and a 6 banger with a PG. Now it's a 350 with a TKO600, Moser 12 bolt, Speedtech LCA/UCA, ATS Tall Spindles, Hotchkis Springs, Forgeline ZX3P, C5 (Kore3) brakes with other cool stuff from Ron Davis, Vintage Air and soon to be Terminator EFI.
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