I guess I just want to confirm I screwed it up...sigh
I replaced the rear pads on the rc a few days ago, afterwards I had no pedal of course. I did a few things, bled it by hand, then a vacuum bleeder with a compressor, then cracked the front, then rear banjo's. It works now, but its still not right. It seems kind of odd too, when I press the brake, I can see the piston come out and squeeze the pads, but when I let off the pistons tucks back into the caliper like a turtle head going back into its shell. Its like its creating reverse vacuum somehow on the piston. It won't seat all the way against the pad unless its pressed. I am thinking that the slave cyclinder might need rebuilding, I can feel a slight pop if I hit the brake really hard coming from the slave area. It was a lot more present when I first started bleeding it, when it built pressure it kind of went away. But now when I hit the brake it is really soft and if I hit it hard enough it goes all the way down and doesn't lock the back tire, but just kinda creeps the bike to a slow stop. Before with stock pads, it would lock the back tire with barely any force, maybe a quarter push on the pedal. So im thinking I blew out the slave. What ya think?