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Okay so I have just got my 250 running , new piston all clean valves and everything etc, anyway there is no pressure on the clutch lever so I think okay it just needs bleeding, so here I am bleeding me clutch, and im not getting any results, no pressure, I've back bled it, I have used the good old method of squeeze and crack but nothing it just keeps swallowing up more and more fluid, every time I remove the reservoir cap after an hour even the fluid is all gone , anyway I found out that it's the clutch slave piston O ring, so I have one, but I haven't a clue how to remove the piston to fit it! I have tried looking it up and nowhere seems to tell me the way for specifically my bikes year.... Any body?
 

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I have never opened up a Brembo, but would imagine under the rubber cover there will be a circlip.

You are best off pushing fluid up from the slave with a syringe, not bleeding from the top :)
 
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