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Old 09-11-2010, 11:39 AM
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Originally Posted by sqzbox
Without the nippled fittings with hose attached and running back to the reservoir, where would the excess air in the cylinder go?

Maybe I'm not reading your post right, but you used a bolt in place of the nippled fitting?
I suggester that a bolt could be used- in my case, the M/C was supplied w/threaded plastic plugs to block the ports off with.

With the ports blocked, when the piston is depressed air bubbles out of the orifices in the bottom of the reservoir- first the front and w/a bit more travel, the rear.
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