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  1. Help Forum
    Hi, I have a TL1000s, and the brakes have become spongey...can anyone help as to how I bleed the brakes....any pictures would be great. Thanks David
  2. UK Forum (Including Scotland)
    what's the correct way to bleed this bike, with the radiator cap on or off? my old rsv just auto bled itself!! the fans come on but not until 108 c which to me is a tad high? then they just switch straight back off after a few seconds so I think their may be a bit of air in there still. I...
  3. UK Forum (Including Scotland)
    Is there any spacial way to bleed the clutch :O I have changed the master cylinder and now i cant get the bloody thing to work :banghead:banghead:banghead cheers Bob
  4. Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    ... is driving me bleedin' barmy ... I've tried a couple of the tricks here but still got what I consider spongy brakes - I can pull the lever back to the bar but I'd never ever pull the brake that hard on the road ... as they are, initially there's a little easy movement, then there's sort of...
  5. Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    I needed to bleed the clutch and went ahead and did the brakes as well. They went off without a hitch but when it came to the clutch I ran into problems.. it feels like the clutch has a bunch of air in the system. there is no feedback in the lever. I've tried taking the slave off and pushing...
  6. Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    i did a search and really didnt come up with much i wanna change my fluid in clutch, and breaks. ryan s has a bleeder and told me he would gimme a hand, will this work on the clutch too? some posts i found said its just like bleeding your breaks and other say its a mofo to do?? ive realized...
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