Originally Posted by wb22rules
Finished putting it back together and drained and refilled the front brake with fresh fluid.
Of course the bleed screw broke just like the one on the clutch, so it took 30 minutes of pumping the lever to get it air free. Now I just need to fill it with oil, coolant and fuel and check out the new clutch
Goto Napa, get a brake bleeding syringe, so you can push brake fluid in from the slave/bleeder, takes just seconds to "air free" anything on a trials bike, usually.
mine says STOP (brand) I think, I have to use a 4 inch piece of fuel line hose shoved onto the tip of the blunt syring. had it forever, it was probably just for bench bleeding automotive when I bought it.