Join Date: Sep 2011
Location: Tredegar,South Wales, near England, not far from Scotland.
In that case it sounds as if you need to bleed the hydrolics again, there are two things to watch out for on your bike..first there is a strong possibility of an air bubble in the top banjo connection..and second, your bike has a solid clutch line instead of a hose, these can sometimes get a pinhole leak where they bend at the steering head, as this is small and it is covered by the steering head cover plate it is hard to see, in fact you have to look very closly for a damp patch..A replacement line is expensive but if that is the problem you can buy braided hoses for a lot less..
As you have been working on the clutch I would guess option 1 is the answer.
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