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Help with piston

Iv changed the break pads and break fluid and bled it the rear is fine but the front was geting no presser on the leaver so iv taken the front calliper off and seen one of the piston s was not coming out iv had my air line on it but it just won't budge thank for your help

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Push piston back in.it may have a ridge build up.if so ,lightly scrape or sand it down.---bingo

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SOURCE: hey i'm having some trouble

Im not to familure with these bikes, im more of a harley guy, but i have a couple suggestions:
1. You may not have air in the lines (air bubbles may not surface the master cylinder) but, I have seen where air gets trapped in the caliper, or banjo bolts. Try when blleding them, when you put prssure on the lever, crack the banjo bolts and tighten, then pump them up again.
2. Same thing, I have also seen air trapped in the master cylinder, try bleeding the banjos again.
3. Make sure the brake disk is still has plenty of thickness, and your not right at or below the service limit.
4. If you have a 2 piston or 4 or 6 piston caliper, make sure when you pull in the lever, all your pistons are coming out and sucking back in evenly.
5. Make sure your using the correct brake pads.
6. Always make sure your using the correct DOT brake fluid, its very dangerous if you dont, and can KILL YOU.

Hope this helps some.

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SOURCE: can any1 help is it right my rear break lever on my hyasung ms3 125 also works my front left break

yes this is very common for dual front brakes. The thought behind this is that you will get a 60/40 split in your braking from back to front to maintain control in a braking situation.the hand brake gives you additional stopping power in a panic situations.happy riding

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