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    resident guru Rheeder218's Avatar
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    Baker Hydraulic Trim System

    How does everyone bleed theirs? Also if you have bougth a new one with in the last year what is the travel of the slave cylinder? I am olny getting like 11mm of travel, which is about 6 to 9 degrees with the nozzle. Also when i pump the lever 3 trims it will bottom the slave cylinder out which tells me there is air in the line usually, but i have bled them atleast 10 times by instructions per Baker. Any help would be appreciated thanks
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    Re: Baker Hydraulic Trim System

    Rheeder,
    Thats it, you have to bleed it a zhit load of times (more than 10 times) Still we have to pull the lever and pump it up a few times to get a full stroke. I have a new system that will be out soon. Come check it out in Rochester or Charleston. It will make lever XP800 trims a thing of the past!

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    Re: Baker Hydraulic Trim System

    Quote Originally Posted by FRAME3 View Post
    Rheeder,
    Thats it, you have to bleed it a zhit load of times (more than 10 times) Still we have to pull the lever and pump it up a few times to get a full stroke. I have a new system that will be out soon. Come check it out in Rochester or Charleston. It will make lever XP800 trims a thing of the past!

    Trey
    ITs not trim that works with the steering is it? Def wouldnt be interested in that because i dont use my trim all the time
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    Re: Baker Hydraulic Trim System

    what are you using for oil? Try switching to baby oil it made mine more consistant.

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    Re: Baker Hydraulic Trim System

    the magura mineral oil
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    Re: Baker Hydraulic Trim System

    No, but we did make our own auto/drop nozzle setup, but I stopped using it this past season. It worked well, but made it handle really aggressive.

    You'll have to wait on the new stuff, I'm doing more testing this week, but so far it works awesome!

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    Re: Baker Hydraulic Trim System

    sweet def will be interested. i wont be making rochester maybe the charleston. Just fianlly gor my 800 running nice. I would like to get a few races on it before i head somewhere far
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    Re: Baker Hydraulic Trim System

    Question
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    I don't know how to bleed my system
    Tried different ways and can't seem to get it to work

    Thanks

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