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clutch bleed, to bleed or not to bleed ?

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clutch bleed, to bleed or not to bleed ?

Post by xtian » Sun Jun 28, 2020 1:59 am

A friend of mine asked me to help him install risers on his R1250RS, following this video. That means relocating the clutch cable.
i'm surprised the guys opens the clutch circuit but doesn't bleed it, he seems ton only pump the clutch a few times after he put everything back on ?
No need to bleed the clutch for some reason ?!


I'm not really from around here.

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