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Haven't posted on here for nine and a half years, now my second post in half an hour!
I've just replaced my rear brake lines, calipers and hoses, so now want to change fluid and bleed system. I have a new accumulator, too, and presume that this is better fitted before, rather than after, bleeding?
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Follow rave to the letter when bleeding, there’s 3 nipples hidden behind the insulation on the left hand side ( when facing) use a retractable knife to cut insulation, then pop it back in when finished.
dont use yan easybleed ( pressure type) it can stuff the accumulator up.
 
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