I'm not used to having options, this has fill/bleed nipples at 4
corners. This one is not for racing, but I figure that racers have
gone through this before..
On Jul 18, 2009, at 8:36 PM, <email@example.com> <firstname.lastname@example.org
> Fill at bottom; bleed at top.
> Moisture will happen; you can't avoid it.
> If you're racing, it'll be a negligible problem.
> Takes years for it to build up in stock applications. ...bill in
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> Subject: [Spridgets] Racer type question..
> Hi all,
> I am installing some Wilwood calipers and have a question:
> As the calipers are not "handed" and have ports top and bottom on both
> sides, is it better to have the brake fill from the bottom or the top?
> As I see it, filling from the bottom means less air trapped in the
> line *BUT* it also means that any water in the system will settle in
> the metal line and rust it away while filling it from the top might
> trap air but not gonna trap any water.
> So what say you all?
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