2 votes for the top hole, eh? Well it is a confusing ordeal because with that picture I posted here of the exploded diagram it reads to me on the diagram like it should go into the bottom hole and that there is a nut (which we see in the diagram).
But I did install it in the top hole since that is the hole that is threaded and accepts the bolt. I guess everything is okay and I am formulating solutions to a problem that never existed.
: It went very smooth and it a simple 1 man job. I just grabbed an empty bottle of Pepsi and then bought some airline tubing (the kind they use in fish tanks) from Amazon for $3.25-------------- 25 feet @ 6.35M
Only need 2 feet for this job. Had to put some mineral oil on the tip for it to slide over the bleeder valve since the diameter of the tubing is slightly smaller than the valve but it does stretch to fit. Drilled a hole on the cap of the Pepsi and fed the tube thru it.
Squueze the brake, open the valve with an 8mm wrench by 1/4 turn then close the valve and release the brake. Repeat over and over again and continue to refill the master cyclinder to prevent it from going empty.
I ran into 1 complication with front brake where I let the master cylinder go completely empty and that introduced air into the system so I had to flush more brake fluid thru than one would normally need if they had not made same mistake.
The rear brake was super easy after i had experience with the front one. Its a 15 minute total job if one makes no mistakes. If you have a second person to fill the cylinder for you then it is more efficient. But my crazy neighbor that was steaming mad he ended up getting in an argument with me and now he doesnt want to speak to me anymore so I had to do the job by myself.
So thats the update this week, did both coolant and brake fluid changes. The motorcycle is purring like a cat now! Im at 8000 miles and trying to wait until 10k to change the rear tire. The factory chain looks like it will last me to the 15k miles on odometer