Alright, total noob question here. So I tried to bleed my front brake for the first time this weekend, and I’m not sure where I went wrong. I used the Motion Pro bleeder that’s basically just a check valve to keep air from getting back into the system. Bike is a 2004 KTM EXC 450, not that it matters but I couldn't figure out what forum to put it in so I ended up on the one where the bike does matter. Anyways, I squeezed my brake lever, opened the bleeder valve, and continued to pump the brake lever, keeping the reservoir topped off with fresh fluid. However, I kept getting air bubbles in the motion pro bleeder, so I resorted to the old fashioned way of squeezing the lever, opening the valve, closing the valve, and re-squeezing the lever and repeating. Doing it that way, I couldn’t get the lever to give any resistance. I had to squeeze like 5 times with the bleeder closed to finally get pressure, then bleed it and repeat. So I finally got to a point I was fairly sure I got all air out of the system. Now, after everything is put back together, I still feel like I have to prime the brake, squeezing several times before it gets hard, and even when it does it’s nowhere as firm as I think it should be. I can pretty much pull it all the way in still. I feel like I have to be doing something wrong here… Any tips?