Motorcycle Brake Bleeding
Brake bleeding for motorcycles is very similar to car brake bleeding only faster! This is primarily due to the shorter lines, smaller reservoirs, and of course half the number of wheels.
Hook the supplied vacuum fitting to the caliper. This is where the air will be drawn from, and soon after, fluid.
Remove the front or rear reservoir cover, depending on the wheel you are bleeding. This will allow you to add more brake fluid to replenish what you bleed.
Flip it on and you are bleeding. The electric vacuum pump will draw fluid through the lines and into the Air Zapper fluid tank. Just watch the reservoir level and wait until you get a solid column of fluid at the bleeder screw.
This is a very quick motorcycle brake bleeding process. Watch the demo below to see just how easy it is.
Hands free brake bleeding demo – Rear brake
Always follow the procedures specified by your vehicle manufacturer. You will also find some useful tips in our Use and Care Videos and supplied instructions.
Motorcycle brake bleeding is quick and easy with Air Zapper! As a bonus, you can also bleed hydraulic clutch line or your other 4 wheel vehicles.
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