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I have a 2006 GSX-R 750. I just got back from a year deployment and when checking out my bike I noticed my front brakes seem to of lost some power. I pumped the brake and some of the braking power has returned. The brakes still aren't back to normal. Can anyone give me a suggestion as to what is wrong and a possible fix I should try. Brake fluid levels are normal.

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Your will need to bleed some fresh brake fluid through, this should fix the problem, unless a seal in the brake master seal is leaking

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