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Old 09-05-2018, 01:33 PM
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Hydraulic bleeder gone

I had a little problem the other day that caused me to have to remove the open belt drive and back plate. I thought I would do a little more maintenance and cleaning. I noticed, or should I say didn't notice the bleeder for the clutch on the actuator. I see the hole for it but its gone, there are no threads for it and if there were it looks plugged. Am I missing something, is there another way to bleed the actuator that I'm not aware of?
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Old 09-06-2018, 09:18 AM
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I had a little problem the other day that caused me to have to remove the open belt drive and back plate. I thought I would do a little more maintenance and cleaning. I noticed, or should I say didn't notice the bleeder for the clutch on the actuator. I see the hole for it but its gone, there are no threads for it and if there were it looks plugged. Am I missing something, is there another way to bleed the actuator that I'm not aware of?
i saw people bleed hydraulics by pumping+ cracking open/closed banjo or flared connections.
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Old 09-06-2018, 02:26 PM
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i saw people bleed hydraulics by pumping+ cracking open/closed banjo or flared connections.
I just dont understand what people are thinking. I can't tell if it was stripped and plugged with something like JB weld. I'll see if I can get a picture for you guys to take a look at.

If I can't get it to bleed, I should be able to drill and tap it for a larger bleeder. I think.
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Old 09-24-2018, 11:38 PM
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So I took the exhaust off and got a better look at it. It looks to me like it was some how ripped off, I can see two thin breaks running down the side. Looks like the metal gave way and than was bent back into place to hide it. Then of course filled in with something like JB weld.

Who does this kind of shit. The guy I bought it from spent 4K on new bars, new PM controls, and a bunch of other stupid shit but never addressed any of the real problems that this bike had.

I'll post up a picture tomorrow...
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bummer its a wonder it wasnt leaking
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