I need help. I installed a 320 mm rotor on my BRP and a Russell braided brake line. Now I am having fits trying to get the brake lever not to be spongy. Here's what I have done so far: 1. I did a "normal" bleed procedure: opened bleed fitting on caliper and added fluid to reservoir while pumping the lever, until clear fuild came out of the bleed nipple. No joy. 2. Repaeted #1. Still no joy. 3. Replaced the cap and tightened the bleed nipple. Took the master cylinder / brake lever assembply off of the bars, holding it at different angles and tapped it with a nylon mallet while squeezing the lever. Still spongy. 4. In DESPARATION I took it to my usually okay Honda dealer. CRAPPP!! It's worse now than ever! 5. Called Rob Barnum. HE said to do a "reverse" bleed, connecting a clear tube to the bleed nipple and a clean old-fashioned oil can. Removed the reservoir cap and pumped fluid up through the bleed nipple, through the brake line, through the master cylinder, to overflow from the reservoir. Nope, still spongy. Okay, I paid big bucks (at least for me) for the rotor, medium bucks for the braided line. My desired outcome was NOT a spongy lever. Yeah, the bike stops big-time with that 320 mm rotor but I gotta SQEEEEEEZE it. That setup should not be spongy! Anyone have any ideas what to do to get the air out??? Depsarate in Mountain Top.