I was working on my brake system today (front brakes), and had the whole thing drained, and put in a hydraulic brake light switch. I bled the whole system starting with the master cylinder (using my thumb on the hole), then bled at the banjo bolt from the master cylinder, then bled the incoming banjo bolt for the split, then the first bolt, then the second, then each of the bleeders on each caliper seperately. It seemed like I got all the air out, and there was plenty of fluid coming out of the bleeder valves on the calipers (with absolutely NO air in them). So I thought I had the whole thing done. Tookk the bike for a quick spin, and I still have almost no pressure in the system. The brake lever is not activating the brakes until about 3/4 of the way in... which means my brake light switch is not activating until then either (due to the fact that its hydraulic now). Anyways... I can't figure out what the problem is... does anyone have any pointers on how I can get this done better? Until I drained the system today the brake pressure was great... I could barley touch the lever and the brakes would activate. I can't stand it how it is, and it's probably not safe. Any pointers would be great. Thanks.