Last week I change the rear brake line over for a braided type. Easy job all done in 20 mins. Tonight I attempted the fronts. The HEL kit was of a slightly different design from the original kit as it split into two long lines from the master cylinder instead of splitting above the front guard. I emptied the old lines and emptied the master cylinder as best I could, took off the old lines and fitted the new. I found the HEL lines to not really be the perfect length and there were no routing instructions included. Next I filled up the master cylinder and then loosened the right caliper bleed nipple a half turn and started pumping through the new brake fluid. After a while I stopped getting air bubbles through, but there was next to no resistance at the lever. I figured that this was probably because the left line would be full of air. I repeated the process on the left line. There was still no resistance at the lever, so I checked all the bango bolts were tightened correctly and that there were no obvious leaks. I then bleed the right and left lines again. Still no resistance at the lever. Can I please have some suggestions on how to remedy this?