Join Date: Apr 2002
Location: North Texas, TX, USA
That would be the right side of the bike when you're sitting on it. It's behind the upper tupperware. It is a hose that comes from the clutch slave cylinder. The fitting should have a rubber sleeve around it, and wire tired to the "tip-over-wing" frame.
The hose has a grub screw fitting on the end. try to picture this. A hose with a fitting, with an adapter for a grub screw (similar to what was in the front brake before you replaced the grub screw adaptor with a Speed Bleeder). You can remove the screw from the end of the adapter and install a standard bleed screw (that's what was in mine), but if you want to install the Speed Bleeder, you will need to remove the adapter.
IMPORTANT: I opted not to install the Speed Bleeder in the end of the hose. I left the standard bleed screw in. When I removed the bleed screw from the adapter, the Speed Bleeder would not fit into the subsequent hole. I later read where the adapter has to come off, but also read a post on this board where one of our colleagues managed to force a leak in the hose trying to get the adapter off and install the Speed Bleeder. I got scared and just used the mini-vac to flush the clutch hydraulics.
The Sayegh videos are great. They'll walk you through a lot of this.
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