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Bleading new Master Cylinders are a PAIN by YOURSELF!

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  1. Terminal

    Terminal Active Member

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    Got a new Master cylinder, got it installed today and all is working again. I guess it went bad. The Belly Pan disintegrated so I now need to get a new one. It was cracked pretty bad went I took it off last year to change my battery. I put some black Gorilla tape to hold it together, but when I took it off this time it didn't make it.

    Of coarse if the Victory guys had ran the bolt for the Master Cylinder reservoir from the other direction I wouldn't have had to take off any of the fairing.
     
  2. bobzinger

    bobzinger Well-Known Member

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    I just ordered the Speed Bleeders 2ea - SB8125L, and 1ea SB8125LL as suggested in this post. After I ordered I looked more in their website and they say all 3 are the same for 99-03 Victorys. Mines a 2011 XC. Does it have 2 different sizes. The "LL" is longer.
     
  3. Texasbaehr

    Texasbaehr Well-Known Member

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    Heavy Metal Designs (HMD) is making the belly pans. They are no longer available from Polaris and used ones are very rare in usable condition. The HMD pans are a bit pricey but they stepped up and made them better than OEM and have to cover their tooling costs. Call them to oreder one and get them to give you a break on shipping.
    HMD-238 Vision Belly Pan - Heavy Metal Designz
     
  4. morgdog

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    Have yall never filled from the bottom up? A big ass syringe full of new brake fluid pushed in through the bleeder up to the MC. No problems whatsoever.
     
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