Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: sterling heights, mi
befre you go tearing into the master cylinder.
bleed the master itself. there is a bleeder screw on top, bleed it there first with a vaccuum bleeder. bleed, bleed, and bleed it again. what yr is your bike, how many miles, what happened to your brakes to cause this issue.
did you recently remove the front wheel? did you put your wheel collars on the correct way? (sorry Jon), if not, you might have warped your rotors causing this problem. Jon had this happen to him at a track day. we messed with it for a while trying to figure it out.
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2004 Honda CBR 1000rr WSBK TenKate Hann Spree race replica
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