You can still bench bleed the m/c even though it's in the car. Just disconnect the brake lines at the m/c/ and feed flexible tubing from the outlets back into the reservoir. Then reconnect the hard lines and bleed them.
If you can\'t hear it before you see it, what\'s the use?
FFR 3845, non-donor build, carbed 351W, Tri-State 4-into-4s, IRS, Tremec, burgundy w/ gold stripes and tan leather interior - titled, tagged and on the road!!!
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