Thanks for sharing your view on this!!Savvas C, Sounds like a reasonable idea. To be honest I am not sure if that would make things better by keeping the heat away from the brake line or worse by insulating the heat in the brake line so that it can't cool down as well. I am no Thermal Engineer, maybe someone else can voice their opinion about this idea.
I might just put an aluminium reflective tape around the tube, which I read in another thread that someone has put this tape on the external surface of the thermal shield of the motor unit.
I would also like to ask you the following:
1. When you use the extra long extension with the 8mm socket, linked to the ratchet handle tool, to bleed the motor unit without removing the headpipe and the radiator, how can the brake fluid find its way out of the socket to run down to the canister?
2. Do you think that it matters to re-cap the nipple with the rubber cap, after finishing the bleeding?
Thanks again so much!