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Hi,
First time to bleed my cb1000R 2012 clutch .
Is there anyone has a picture where the bleed off port for the clutch?
I want to thank in advance .
 

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Hi,
First time to bleed my cb1000R 2012 clutch .
Is there anyone has a picture where the bleed off port for the clutch?
I want to thank in advance .
I think you'll find it on top of the slave cylinder.
 

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Just a heads up Ediboy..Cover your front mudguard etc,or put the cap back on the resovoir loosely with a rag round the base,as if you are too quick with your pumping action [Remember its not your privates haha]you get fluid jumping out of the resovoir onto your paintwork,and no matter how quick you remove it, it still stains or more[same goes for brakes] Good luck.
 

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Ediboy asked the question but hasn't been back to read the answers.---:book
 

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Hi Everyone,
sorry for the late reply... been busy.
Thank you so much and very much appreciated
for all your advise and answer. Doser.. the picture that youve attached is a great help.
Thanks a lot you guys are so helpful. This is a big saving for me.
 
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