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stunt man t
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i work in a motor factor and can get a litre of this for under £4 inc vat

which is a lot less then royal blood is (£35 a litre)

warranty runs out on the brake in 2 months anyway so if it doesnt it dont matter :P

and id say oil would be better then water ;)

plus ive heard echo brake leak when bled with water (i have a echo tr 2009 brake)

or should i just use water?

ideas?? would it work??

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If you wanna water bleed it people advise that you take out the master cylinder and clean the aids out the lever body.

i tryed using oil with the syringe and it didnt work ( must be because of the way i do it?)

open slave grub screw, attach pre-filled syringe and hose to slave

open lever grub screw, attach hose

push all the fluid threw from slave to lever

then detach hose from lever put grub screw back in tight

remove hose from slave and put grub screw back in tight

so i just bled it in the kitchen sink with water

worked first time :D

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I've seen the citroen LHM fluid mentioned as a good replacement for royal blood. Not used it myself though, but always had it in mind for when I needed to bleed mine. I think its specd for higher pressures or something techy than most other hydraulic fluids, something to do with it being used in the hydraulic suspension of the old citroens.

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I've seen the citroen LHM fluid mentioned as a good replacement for royal blood. Not used it myself though, but always had it in mind for when I needed to bleed mine. I think its specd for higher pressures or something techy than most other hydraulic fluids, something to do with it being used in the hydraulic suspension of the old citroens.

and also car brakes, even cars with front disc brakes, BX.. XM etc

(seems like this stufs bin around since the dinosaurs :giggle: )

oh for f**ks sake! its very good!

use it.

geeks

what was the need for this comment?

im just seeing if itll work and if it does then itll save people money

how am i ment to no people have tryed it? :S

im lost without my crystal ball :Plol

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