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i had a leak problem with my old caliper so i tried to rebuild it. never put a c clamp on them. it pushed into the piston.. well i ordered a new one. installed now i cant get the caliper to engage the rotor. ive bleed. it dosent really have alot of pressure. bleed many times. kinda ozes out.

ok the question. since its a 89, ive heard that later models have better pressure. double valves or something. would the 89 master just not have enough pressure to operate a newer caliper? since i was thinking of getting a rebuild kit. if its just obsolete im wastin money.. might try bleeding again.. the phanton air bubbles might have left the system..

im kinda new, sorry if i rant
 

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Mixing the parts might not be good, the new caliper might require more volume to make it work.
 
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