So I've tried bleeding my clutch (SM465) numerous times, and it really doesn't seem to retain much pressure (pedal stays soft). I figure it must be the slave cylinder, (it looks a little damp) and I'm hoping to replace it tomorrow. I've bled it with having a friend pump, and then releasing the pressure, and I've also just done a gravity bleed. Both seem to suck equally well. So my main question, is how do you bleed your clutch? Do you just do a gravity bleed, or do you have someone help you. Does one way work better than the other? Also, to pressurize the clutch a little better, I dismounted the slave cylinder so that it could fully expand without activating the clutch fork, sealed everything back up after bleeding, and then remounted the slave cylinder. Is this a good idea, or will it pressurize the system too much, causing seals to go? Thanks!