ok, for all you mechanics out there.. i could really use some help.
I've done this before and had no problems. This time though I'm about to go nuts here. Here's what I've been doing.
I have a one-man bleeder kit attached to the banjo bolt. I pump the clutch several times and make sure there is enough fluid in the reservoir. After a few pumps, I hold the clutch, loosen the bolt, let the fluid drain, tighten the bolt and release the handle. Repeat... only I have done this for more than 40 mins and still no difference in the clutch pressure. All that's coming out is the brake fluid.
Now I tried a the reverse bleed method, which seemed to work pretty well. Although it was still slow, I got to the point where after 60 pumps (yes I counted...) the "piston" was ready to come out of the cylinder. I installed it back onto the bike, and was ready to bleed it the regular way. After the first bleed, I lost all resistance and it was like I never did a thing.
I don't know what do to... any advice? I don't know if this matters, but my duc is on a rear stand while doing this.. could this have something to do with it? sorry about my ranting, just that its been 3 days already and it was a gorgeous day to ride, but my baby is still up on the stand