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Zx9r b1 not much leaver on front brake fitted new seales pads have bled both sides also reverse blead then syphon blead both at same time leaver still soft any poblems with this model ?

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Hi,this might help,this is a fairly common problem,locate the bolt that holds the brake line onto the master cylinder,pump the lever 3 or 4 times,crack the bolt and bleed the air out of the master cylinder,you may have to do it a couple of times to get all the air out,it takes very little air to create a problem..put a rag or something down so as not to spill fluid onto your paint,brake fluid just loves paint..hope this helps...cheers

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