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    Superbike Twin dazthephot's Avatar
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    Clutch bite point

    I bled the clutch MC yesterday and then bled a little at the bottom. Stupidly I undid the banjo bolt instead of the bleed nipple because I didn't notice it.
    Now there's a tiny bit of fluid seepage and the bite point is further out.

    Obviously I'll tighten the banjo but is there a way to adjust the bite point?

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    If the biting point has moved, you probably have a little air in the system. No way to adjust it as far as I am aware.

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    Thanks. I've bled it again at the nipple this time and seems ok, a good ride out should test it.

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