Ha thanks mate. Totally out of context but it makes for a good laugh.
I had the final warranty service done last week. All was well aside from the brake fluid which had a high moisture content.
I was told it would be $75 for a brake fluid change.
No was my answer of course. So I spent that $75 on a new braided hose from Hel and did the work myself.
Decided to check the fluid to make sure I wasn't being sold BS. Yep that is way out of spec.
Out with the old.
Made sure I got all of the old fluid I could out.
Took the stock rubber line off.
Replaced with the new Hel braided line with Gold anodised fitting, then in with the new.
Thought that I would give the reverse bleed a crack. I must say it works very well with only one minor draw back. I filled the master with a dose of new fluid and drained it again so make sure I had removed all the old, moisture laden fluid.
I then reverse fed the remaining fluid much higher than the fill line in the master and closed off the bleed.
I gave the brakes a squeeze and found no pressure.
Might have been my fault with the process. I then proceeded to bleed as normal and found air had been caught in the lower banjo.
All good once that was sorted.
Brakes are nice and crisp now. Amazing what a fluid and hose change can do for brakes.