Has the brake pedal become spongy and elastic? Did the stroke lengthen and the braking lose its effectiveness? Maybe it’s time to bleed the brake fluid. This activity allows you to remove the air bubbles inside the circuit, restoring optimal performance and reducing the stroke of the brake pedal. To always get the most out of your system, bleeding should be done before every day on the track. The complete replacement of the brake fluid must take place within predetermined time intervals based on the fluid. To carry out the bleeding, in addition to obtaining the correct liquid, you must make sure you have the indispensable tools to carry out this activity, which sooner or later every kart driver must carry out.
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