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Brakes are easy. Flush it all out, and fill it back up. Pump, crack, close, repeat. After the fluid is flowing out the bleeder screw on both calipers, make sure you squeeze out all the air that gets trapped in the little rubber tube betweer the resivoir and the master cylinder. Air likes to sit in there.

You shouldnt need to tie the lever over night. I have heard of people doing it and maybe getting one very small air bubble out, which I guess is good, but if they are blead well, you wont change anything.

The rear is just like the front, but easier. At least you dont have to contort your body so you can press the lever and crack open the bleeder screw, like on the front calipers.
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