Hello all! I’ve just bought myself a Visibleed kit with one way valve (link) & some Motul RBF 600 fluid so will be bleeding my system soon (also got myself some gearbox oil but that’s an easier job). Now, I know there are a few threads on brake bleeding and a couple on clutch but nothing is in a central place and I still have some unanswered questions.. so my plan is to gather all the information required, do the job and then write up a brake & clutch bleeding ‘How To’ complete with pictures :book: I would be grateful if people that have done this before could please look over the steps I have written and answer a few of my queries Just going to leave this here too.. [MENTION=29]foxspeed[/MENTION] Prep Press and release the brake pedal 15-20 times. Remove the brake fluid reservoir cap and remove as much old fluid as possible with a turkey baster or similar. Top up reservoir with fresh fluid to the ‘max fill’ line. Replace reservoir cap. Place a bit of wood under the brake pedal to stop it depressing the entire way. Bleeding Brakes Find the wheel furthest away from the brake master cylinder (rear left) – jack it up, put on axle stands and remove wheel. Add a bit of fresh fluid to the Visibleed container. Attach the Visibleed hose to the bleed nipple and loosen the nipple ¼ turn. Are there two nipples - which do I use / do I have to use both? Press and release the brake pedal multiple times, allowing the old fluid/air to be pushed out followed by some new fluid. This is the one man method and works because the one way valve can’t suck any air into the system when releasing the pedal – correct? Re-tighten the bleed nipple and empty the excess fluid from the Visibleed container. Again top up the reservoir with fresh fluid to the ‘max fill’ line. Repeat steps above for the remaining 3 wheels, ensuring the correct order is followed – starting with the furthest wheel from the master cylinder and finishing with closest (rear left, rear right, front left, front right). Can someone confirm this is the correct order? Bleeding Clutch (Slave Cylinder) Add a bit of fresh fluid to the Visibleed container. Attach the Visibleed hose to the slave cylinder bleed point, push in metal clip and pull pipe out ~10mm. Is it actually possible to attach a hose to the bleed point because (looking at a picture) it seems very different to the brakes nipples? Press (all the way down) and release the clutch pedal multiple times, allowing old fluid/air to be pushed out followed by some new fluid. Is this the correct method? Push bleed pipe back in to seal the system. Top up the reservoir with fresh fluid to the ‘max fill’ line. Finished?! At what point is the clutch slave cylinder bled – before the brakes, afterwards or somewhere in between? Should I make sure the engine and ignition are both switched off? Should I leave the handbrake off? Cheers guys!