Nobody's saying it's simple, you're just about to go up the learning curve real quick, then become an expert! Imagine you've replaced all the main components and have air and no fluid in the system. You can't get much worse.
"The rear wheel circuit must be filled from the brake calliper (a 34.18)."
I've not got your procedure (or your EVO, thank goodness), but does that really mean fluid goes IN at the caliper?? Which was the impression I got from your first post until brucecha said push the fluid out through the caliper. I'll make this up and you choose if you buy in or not: Bubble free means like any hypo, you tap the sides when vertical to get trapped air to the top, then push the plunger slowly until fluid gets to the top of the connection tube, release bleed nipple a very small amount until fluid starts to just appear, attach tube, open blewad nipple a bit more and inject fluid. But would this still work through a Speedbleeder?
For anybody reading these posts who may try hooking up tube to their stock bleed nipples, this must only be done with Speedbleeders fitted 'cos they have valves inside. It's generally not good practice to re-circulate used fluid since impurities can collect in the system near the bleed points, bleeding is also a 'new' for 'old' flushing operation.
This seems to be one bike where air can stick in places, including the master cylinder itself, and no amount of pumping seems to move it free. Usually I use short sharp downward presses on the pedal or brake lever because of this.
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