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Want to know how to bleed back brakes on a KTM 450 having a few problems with braking performance has new pads in it
There should be a bleeder on the caliber. Push the brake pedal down and hold at the same time open the bleeder. Be sure to closer the bleeder before letting off brake pedal. Repeat the process until nothing but fluid comes out. Check the brake fluid as you do it don't let it run out.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Get someone to pump the brake pedal a few times, and someone else to undo the bleed screw, it will be a small grease nipple looking thing on the rear caliper. Undo the screw then re-tighten it, holding the pedal down the whole time. Repeat until fluid comes out of the screw, then do it a couple more times to be safe. Be sure to wipe the fluid off your bike as it strips paint. Also make sure the reservoir has plenty of fluid in it before you start.
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
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