Changing out the master is not a big deal really. The rod is just clipped in the clutch pedal and pops right off. Removing the actual master is a no brainer, however, you can do it the hard way or the easy way. The hard way is to get all kinds of universals and work your way down to the nuts that hold it on. Or, you simply remove the battery and everything is right there and it takes about three minutes to get the nuts off. Your choice.


As far as bleeding the slave just read the manual. In there is says you turn it upside down and stand on your head and point to the north star OR you can get the vast majority of air out by simply pumping the clutch pedal.

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