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Clutch trial pump Braktec DOT4 oil
Clutch trial pump Braktec DOT4 oil
Clutch trial pump Braktec DOT4 oil
Clutch trial pump Braktec DOT4 oil
Clutch trial pump Braktec DOT4 oil
Clutch trial pump Braktec DOT4 oil
Clutch trial pump Braktec DOT4 oil
Clutch trial pump Braktec DOT4 oil

Clutch trial pump Braktec DOT4 oil

463030MO0
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€156.98
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BRAKTEC DOT4 oil clutch pump for trial bikes. This pump works with DOT4 brake fluid and is compatible with all trial bikes that work with original DOT4 fluid (non-mineral). This pump is ideal for upgrading the clutch and improving performance on bikes from the early 2000's to the late 90's. 

Clutch pump with single locking hinge. Clutch lever included.

€156.98

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Features BRAKTEC POWERPARTS trial clutch pump.

This is a completely original BRAKTEC trial clutch pump, which is equipped with an original BRAKTEC clutch pump cover in black, a black hinge and an original BRAKTEC grey brake lever.

Repair kit: BRK M CYL RP KT 853079MO0

Which trial bike is the BRAKTEC DOT4 clutch pump compatible with?

This BRAKTEC clutch pump is compatible with all trial bike clutch hoses that work with DOT4 oil. 

How do I fit a BRAKTEC DOT4 trial clutch pump?

To fit this BRAKTEC clutch pump on our trial bike, we will do a very simple operation. 

1. Remove the current clutch pump from the handlebars. 

2. Unscrew the hose from the current clutch pump. We will leave the hose in a vertical position upwards, so as not to spill the mineral liquid that is inside it. 

3. Screw the hose onto the new BRAKTEC POWERPARTS pump.

4. Place the new BRAKTEC pump on the handlebar by opening the hinge and tightening the Allen screw. 

5. Once placed on the motorbike, place the pump perpendicular to the ground. Open the top cover of the pump and proceed to adjust the mineral oil level (it already comes with liquid). Manipulate the lever gently to see if we can remove any air that may have been trapped in the circuit through the clutch pump. We will see some bubbles coming out through the pump. 

6. If you are not tactful in point 5, proceed to suck the circuit from the other end of the hose, just where it enters the crankcase. To do this, activate the clutch lever, and while it is pressed, open the bleed screw. Then, close the circuit and pump. Repeat the operation until the clutch feels firm. 

7. Once we have the hydraulic circuit purged and with feel, we simply adjust the clutch lever pusher screw to find the feel we like best for braking.

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