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    Ever seen tilt cyl drift UP?

    So the currently Iím piecing my motor back together from getting painted, and only have the single ram bracket and all on and together. After connecting all my lines and bleeding the cylinder/pump it drifts up really slow like air expanding or something, but is rock solid and doesnít move up or down like an air pocket would suggest. It also trims down waaaaay slower than trimming up. Has the junk square motor/round tin can reservoir pump. Iím also using power steering fluid if that makes a difference. Any idea if itís just the weight of the motor not being on it causing this?
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    83 Baja 20BR- 2.4 200 67mph gps
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