Okay XJ wizards! Got my front wheel mounted properly, got the MC functioning, new stainless lines, and calipers rebuilt. Working on bleeding now- doing it with anti-dives bypassed (housing broke on left side.) I've borrowed a vacuum bleeder (hand pump with bottle in-line.) Spent about an hour today pumping away with occasional/frequent MC refills. Then I added teflon tape to my bleeder screws and pumped for anot her two hours with slightly better results. I'm still getting a lot of air (as in air with fluid, rather than fluid with bubbles.) My banjo bolts are all torqued to 15ft/lb. In short- do I just keep pumping, or should I pull the lines again and teflon-tape the banjo bolts and hard line bolts?