I've searched the forums and tried every tip I could find to no avail. Before I messed with it, the front brake on my DRZ was excellent. Firm and powerful, one-finger operation was not a problem. Now the lever will touch the grips with a moderate to hard squeeze. I'd really like to get back the good lever I had before installation of the DRC hydraulic switch. Is it possible that the switch itself is the problem? I've tried: Strapping the lever overnight bleeding at the bolt I have used the vacuum bleeder kit combined with: Raising the caliper above the height of the master cyl. grease around the threads of the bleeder screw and a clamp over the rubber hose at the nipple to ensure no air gets past Tapping on the line to get the bubbles to rise Does anybody have any other ideas as to what I might try?