If performing manual bleeding, avoid applying fast pressure to pump. Air in the system will cavitate, air bubbles will collapse into much smaller bubbles. This will slow you down. Apply deliberate and consistent pressure to pump while bleeding. Use firm, full strokes and ensure lever returns fully on every stroke. Use caution bleeding brake system. Bleeding tubes tend to whip off and fling off brake fluid. Be patient, deliberate and careful.
Check brake operation, brake lever should feel firm after bleeding. To check apply firm pressure on lever for 30 seconds, lever should maintain it's depressed position, if lever depresses further, check for leakage or pump seal failure. Check thoroughly.
Clean motorcycle. Wash off and dry motorcycle. Use paper towel to dry off, soak up and trace of moisture on all connection points completely. We recommend that you dry
inside of bleed nipple bores as well. Twist paper towel into small ends for this. Use care, avoid leaving debris in bleed nipple. Fluid buildup in bleed nipple will cause buildup of debris, possibly blocking nipple. Uncovered bleed nipple collects road
grime, dirt and moisture. Cover bleed nipple with cap when dry. Recheck motorcycle and ensure all is well.