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Old 11-09-2012, 04:23 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by Head2Wind View Post
Clutch slaves can be a major PITA to get bled. You might try unbolting it from the engine to allow access to the piston to compress it with pump pliers or a C clamp to force any air out of the piston well. Several strokes of the slave piston should clear any air out.
I finally got it done. Pulling the slave off and clamping the piston seemed to be the key. That and having about five hands. Had to recruit the kids to help.

Ron, thanks for the follow up via post and emails.

Now it just have to sort out the other problem that appeared during the test ride. I'll post that one under the tuneEcu thread.

Edit: I have to say that there is a big improvement in the clutch. What I thought was an already smooth shifting bike is even better now.

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