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Brembo brakes My front Brembo brake lever goes to the bar, This is the second time it has happen. The first time I replaced the piston in the master cylinder. This worked for just under a year and it did it again. Everything in the system is fine. I have read that other brake systems might work also, Is this true and if so which ones?

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If the caliper is not leaking the master cylinder has failed again. The master cylinder body must have a scratch it. This is NOT a serviceable part. Replace master cylinder

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SOURCE: Rear brake cylinder and bleeding

Relax....KTM's are delicate in this procedure.
First of all make sure that you are using DOT 5.1 brake fluid and not 4 as we use in the Japan models.
Then take the rear caliper in your hands and push the piston all the way in.Then bolt it on its position.
Bolt on the brake hose to the rear caliper tight and leave it loose on the rear master cylinder side (loose but ready to tight it on like half circle loose) and clean up the reservoir completely.
Take a syringe from a pharmacy and a piece of 3mm clear tube.
Start pushing brake fluid in the caliper's loose bleeder until you see fluid coming out fron the hose's loose end on the master cylinder.
The tight the cylinder's bolt and keep pushing fluid until you see it filling up the reservoir.
When you see the reservoir fully filled up, tight the bleeder, take out the syringe and start pressing the brake pedal 15-20 times and the last one keep it down and loose the bleeder (with a tube attached to it and to a bottle) for a sec to relieve the pressure along with any air bubbles.DON'T LIFT THE PEDAL UNTIL YOU HAVE TIGHT BACK THE BLEEDER or the system will **** air in.FIRST tight the bleeder and THEN loose the pedal.
Keep doing that until NO air comes out of the system.
While you are doing this second stage keep filling up the reservoir and do not let the master cylinder **** air in.

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SOURCE: how do Iremove the rear foot brake piston on ktm

a compressed air hose will do it, just make sure it is wrapped in rags to catch the piston and some brake fluid that will come out.
Dont point it towards anyone when you do it.

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hi, try lifting the caliper higher than the brake resivoir, as the fluid will then have to be pumped up hill and the chances of removing the air ar improved, do you have a bleed nipple at the rear mastercylinder, if so bleed it here first, does this bike have rubber rear brake line, if it does you can clamp the pipe close to the master cylinder with some grips useing a cloth wraped around the hose to reduce damage, with the pipe clamped the mastercylinder should be hard when depresing the pedal, if this is the case u can then force the fluid through to the rear caliper by opening the nipple on the caliper then using the on of pumping method using the grips, press down on the pedal with the grips released, dont let go of the pedal again until you have re clamped the hose again, keep repeating this untill all the air is removed and the fluid comes freely from the caliper bleed nipple, finish off with the grips completly removed and bleed as usual at the caliper, all the time not alowing the fluid level to drop low in the resivoir. hope this helps, paul

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SOURCE: My rear brake dose not work. When I removed the

Thank you for contacting FixYa with your inquiry.
The Rubber Diaphragm by nature is usually somewhat collapsed and twisted looking. Unless it appears to be non functional it's probably OK. It's important to have fluid and make sure the air is out of the system. There is a bleeder screw to allow for evacuating the air out of the system.
http://cyclehuttktm.com/FicheFinderNew/FicheFinder.aspx Go To: 2004 > 450 EXC-G RACING (USA) > CHASSIS > BRAKE CALIPER REAR
Also look at the repair kit Item #2 (50313081200)
You can purchase a complete repair manual from this site: http://store.payloadz.com/details/391226-eBooks-Technical-2003-2004-KTM-450-525-EXC-Racing-Owners-Manual.html
Make sure you have serviceable pads, proper KTM brake fluid, and the air is out of the system and the brake cylinder is functional and you will have brakes. There is also an accessory available the cools the fluid for the rear brakes and keeps them from fading if you ride the pedal or are constantly braking. Ask you dealer.
Let us know if we can be of further service.

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It sounds like to me that the slave cylinder { If it is close to the engines gearbox} it might b getting to hot. How is the oil in the gearbox? It could be overheating !!!!!

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