|08-04-2015, 02:51 PM||#11|
Not Yet Wild
Join Date: Jun 2015
Re: Advanced DC motor input or experience?
Yeah, just a pain in the ....., need to bench bleed the Master cylinder to get all of the air out, then hook it back up, then bleed the entire system, I've done this to many times! LOL, I will be blown away if it was the reservoir cap all this time causing my brake issues. I need to poke a hole in the rubber diaphragm, it looks as if it never had a hole in it so it could vent to he top of the cap. This will not allow the brake fluid to return to the reservoir as pressure builds up from use, outside temperatures, etc. IT makes sense, this would cause the calipers to maintain pressure, fluid has nowhere to go. After this I then can disassemble the cart and put my new 700 amp FSIP controller in, new AMD motor, all new #2 cables, Scotty's super duty solenoid, etc. Cant wait!
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