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The only purpose of bench bleeding is to remove the relatively large quantity of air in a new m/c before it is forced into the lines. Think of it as a short cut which avoids having more of an issue than necessary in ridding lines and calipers of air. You will also waste less fluid in the process.
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'76 Carrera 3.6RS(nee C3/hotrod), '95 993RS/CS(clone)
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