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|Thanks - I pulled the master cylinder back out and bench bled after getting tired of exercising my foot. Putting a slight back pressure on the outlets by holding the cleanliness plugs partially in during cycling the piston made things go quick...a tip a friend from work suggested. The one pain with the TR6 backfit is the reservoir angle coupled with the shallow depth which causes the rear drain hole to uncover quickly when bleeding (have to keep the level high with frequent filling during bleeding...I uncovered it once because it is so hard to see the fluid depth with new fluid, having to start over). I also think the tiny opening to fill the forward chamber seems to be an odd feature.