Question about Honda CR 125 R Motorcycles
Usually on bikes rear is single brake so only one place- with resivouir full of fluid and lid off you loosen the nipple on the caliper and gently push brake lever down tighten nipple back up then let brake lever return up always checking the level of fluid left as if it runs out of fluid and sucks air you have a big job ahead of you repeating this process until all air removed!
Lots of people have one way valves to attach to the caliper nipple (saves tightening and loosening every time) I have seen people attach a line to the nipple and have it submerged in break fluid (this just a cheap version of one way valve)
But on the rear the is very little fluid to pass and short break hose and it is all there within reach to work with so I just loosen and tighten with each pump of the break pedal and top up with fluid each pump - good idea to attached some line to the caliper nipple to track the excess fluid away into some rag or a container as gets a bit messy other wise
Posted on May 20, 2011
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