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Hi! I have a 2016 Kawasaki KX85 High Model. The front brake was all fine and hard as it should. I had a crash, so my dad switched out the front brake lever. For some reason, after that, the front brake has been very soft. Now I can press the lever all the way into the grips. My other friend has the same bike, but a little older (2014 Kx85 high model), his front brake was much better. Does anyone know what I can do? It may be air in the line, but I'm not sure. The brake changed after we switched the lever. Can someone help? Thanks
I live near charlottesville Virginia and am looking for trail ride places not too far away. Less than an hour and a half away preferably. I have ridden at north garden and it’s nice but I want more singletrack loamy stuff if any is available.
Hey TT! So I have been having problems with the rear brake on my 2006 S; it will work immediately after bleeding the system but loses stopping power after a few pumps of the brake pedal. Just today I rebuilt the rear master cylinder (replaced all seals and cleaned the all parts with brake cleaner), but the problem persisted even after that, the brake worked for the first few applications and then lost almost all of its power. It seems that air is getting into the system somewhere and I can say without a reasonable doubt that it isn't the master cylinder since I've just rebuilt it. What is the next most likely place air is getting in? The lines are quite dirty and I'd guess they've never been replaced since the bike was made (06) Should I start there? It's a good excuse to with to steel braided lines haha! The reservoir is also looks a bit corroded and warped at the top where the reservoir cap goes on, so it's possible there isn't a good seal there.