If you have a CalVin there is also a bleeder on top of integral splitter which will be top top of system. The rear you have to take off so bleeder faces up. I have even taken wheel off to feed line up in a long strait line to help air go up. Put a wrench between pads, tied in place.
Thought I responded to you before, sorry. Yes, I unbolted the rear caliper and turned it right side up. I got some big fat air bubbles out that way. Brakes are serviceable now; I'll probably try the Tonti "reverse bleed" process with a big syringe at some point to see if I can get them perfect.
Today I finally installed the Mistral h-pipe and I like the sound. Even better is the Beetle map. The engine now makes power below 4k, and the long gearing is nicely suited.
Oh, and I removed the windscreen. All quiet and smooth now.
Tomorrow I hope to install a "new" tubeless EV wheel on the rear. Still searching for a matching front but am less bothered by the remote prospect of having to replace a tube on the front.
She's a bit shabby looking, and needs a bath, but she's fun and offers way more cornering clearance than my "old" V7 III. We had a great time this afternoon, til the shifter came undone.
I bimbled home in 2nd gear. Easy fix.