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Old 12-03-2011, 11:30 PM   #11
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How do the brakes/ clutch feel now?

Shame on the totalling of your SI.... but, at least you took opportunity when it knocked! Glad to hear another mid nineties honda will be put to good use.
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The brakes still feel like there is a bit too much pedal travel before they grab, but they'll be OK. The clutch is still light, but it has more linear travel than before. The clutch actually did not have any air in it when I bled it, which is amazing since the reservoir was completely empty. The brakes had very little air. But at least I know that both systems have all new fluid, and it can be done for the cost of 1/2 bottle of brake fluid.
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