Join Date: Jan 2007
Location: Tulsa, OK
Motorcycle: I don't ride anything. Who has the time? Plus, everything I own is in pieces.
Re: 92 Gsxr 1100 rear brake bleeding question
If the master cylinder and caliper have never been apart, they need a rebuild. Disassemble both of them, clean everything and re-assemble. If there is any visible wear on the rubber parts, replace them.
If the hose is original, replace it. Suzuki's suggested replacement interval was 2 years. We usually go longer than that but 2 decades or more is pushing it.
You bleed from both screws. Bleed the closest one to the caliper fluid inlet first, then the other, then the first again. Etc.