<VV> Question with Changing Master Brake Cylinder

Bill Elliott corvair at fnader.com
Thu Apr 29 13:05:59 EDT 2010

It's worth mentioning that Bryan's statement is only accurate due to the 
completely horizontal placement of the Corvair master cylinder.  That also 
means that the car (and master) have to be level for this to work.

In other marques often the master cannot be "bench bled" in the car at all.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Bryan Blackwell" <bryan at skiblack.com>
To: "Western Canada CORSA" <westerncanadacorsa at shaw.ca>
Cc: <virtualvairs at corvair.org>
Sent: Thursday, April 29, 2010 13:01
Subject: Re: <VV> Question with Changing Master Brake Cylinder

> The process is the same, it's just where you do it.  There's no magic in 
> having the m/c clamped in a vise.
> --Bryan
> On Apr 29, 2010, at 12:57 PM, Western Canada CORSA wrote:
>> I'll second Tom on this one.  I find the difference between a decent 
>> pedal
>> and a super solid one is getting those last few bubbles out of the M/C, 
>> and
>> you can only do that when it's on the bench.
>> Regards,
>> Joel

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