Re: Brake pressure issue
You mean it makes a difference? I thought that since the system is under pressure, the air would be the first thing to come out regardless of the orientation of the valve. I have Wilwoods, which have bleeders up and down, but I didn't know it made a difference. What is the theory behind "Gravity Bleeding" then and does that mean the reverse bleed that pushes the air out through the top (Master) is preferred?
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