Rear caliper seals


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  • stev0

Posted September 29, 2010 - 09:15 PM

#1

My bike is still giving me rear brake issues. I replaced the master cylinder and the bike ran good after I bled the crap out of it. I ran the motard wheels and everything worked sweet. I changed the wheels and lost back brakes again, completely.

I replaced my rear line with a fren tubo line and I though my line could be broken, but in fact its still good, all be it a little bent and twisted. I pulled the piston out of the caliper yesterday and polished it up a little and when I put it back I noted the 1st seal is a little torn.

I hoped for the best and popped everything back. I bled it again and it gets pressure fine, but after it sits for a while, the pressure just fades. Am i right in assuming its loosing pressure at the back? I read that these 450's can be a little beeyatch to bleed properly too.


Any other place I should look?

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  • Snakko88

Posted October 13, 2010 - 03:18 PM

#2

Mine took ages too, you gota make sure to get ALL the bends out of the line by holding the calliper up high when you bleed it, good luck.

  • stev0

Posted October 13, 2010 - 09:48 PM

#3

Yeh, my braided line is a little long... It seems to work now though, but only with the super moto wheels. The enduro wheels give me grief. Maybe its a sign?




 
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