Question about 2002 Suzuki Aerio
Pardon my english, i am a Boer from South Africa, still learning.
I have got a '02 Suzuki GSXR 750.
I have put on new rear brake pads, i Have bleed it, to make sure there's no air stuck somewhere in the pipes. Alas, no brakes! I've thought it must have been the booster, but the rubber (seal?) are in excellent condition.
It is my first time doing Bike Brakes I have done Isuzu brakes a couple of times never has something like this happened to me.
I am a bit of "a pen pusher" so it wouldn't surprise me if I have missed the obvious.
If you could be so kind to assist me
Hey tiaan. you must tack the brake caliper off the bike and turn it around so that you can see the bleeding nipel faceinth the up side ,then you can bleed the system...
Posted on Oct 27, 2008
bike brakes are a pain to do man!! id use a bleeder kit on it and if this doesnt work then your master cylinder at the pedal is gone!! iv a fzr600 race bike and thats ten times worse man
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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