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Inside peeling How are the pistons removed from the two master cylinders on a motor guzzi v50

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remove from handelbars. take handel off of master and set it down. take compressed air to the opening of the brake line and get a good press with air blower. piston and seal should come rightout. replacing is very simple if not sure just follow dirtections in the pack.

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first you must remove the lever from the master cylinder, then you will see a rubber seal this must be removed, it is not always possible to remove this seal without damage so i would suggest u find a replacment, the outer of the seal can corrode to the master cylinder, once you have removed this you will find a circlip which holds in the piston, remove this keeping a slight pressure on the piston as it is spring loaded, remove carefully so u can ensure correct reassembly of parts, in some occasions the circlip is located on top of the rubber seal.

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