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All that remains is to thoroughly bleed the entire brake system. Before connecting up the newly formed lines at the master cylinder we bled the master cylinder into the reservoirs until no more bubbles were apparent. During the bleeding process, the cover to the master cylinder should be on but you'll need to refill the master frequently to make sure the reservoir doesn't run dry, which would induce air back into the system. When bleeding the rear brakes we persisted until new, clean fluid emerged from the bleeders running clear and free of bubbles, resulting in a rock-hard pedal.