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There has to be a bleed nipple on both calipers - its impossible to bleed a two calipers on separate sides of the bike with two brake lines with one bleed nipple - go back and have another better look.
I experienced the same symptoms on my 2006 fjr 1300. I thought my batterty was fully charged, but when i connected a volt-meter to the battery while trying to start I noticed that the voltage fell a lot. That indicates that the battery is damaged and has low capacity although it has the right voltage. I then tried to connect jumper cables between the mc and the battery of a running car. Then the mc started without any problem. So.... my battery, and probably yours is damaged and needs to be replaced.
i have a heat shield blanket between the tank and teh engine, foam in both side cowling to forcr the heat out of the slots, and the cromit heat fix that basically blocks enging heat from hiting your left ankle
change the exhaust port gaskets also take the heat shield off of the "Y" pipe under the seat that connects the front and bear ex. and look underneath as this area is prone to craking and makes a noise similar to the front ex valve being loose tick tick tick tick...........
I would be looking again at the cam chain tensioner. I have replaced 2 on my 05 so far and it was doing the same thing. the other known problem for noise in the engine like that is the valve guides are know to wear prematurely on 05's and the 03 and 04. Yamaha knows about the problem and will fix it under a one time warranty even if you do not have the extended warranty on the bike. Make sure you talk to the dealer about premature valve guide wear.
You may want to see if there is any brake dust or dirt getting in the way of the sensor first. I would take a water hose and spray water where the front and rear sensors are just to see if they are dirty and not getting a good clean signal (just the sensor and brake area, not the whole bike). You may also want to be sure the connectors are plugged in properly and the contacts in the connectors are alright and not corroded. But first I'd make sure the brake calipers and sensors are cleaned. Then the connectors if they are located where water or dirt can easily get inside them. It's the easy stuff I'd check first.