Bobby, if you don't already have one, you can get a bench bleeding kit at the parts store. It will be a couple of fittings that screw into the MC where the brake lines fit, and a couple of hoses that will attach to the fitting and loop back into the reservoir. Put the MC level in a vise, fill it up with brake fluid, and use a punch or a screwdriver to pump the MC where the brake pedal rod goes in. Do this until there is no more air coming out of the lines. Remove the bleeding fittings and put the plugs that came out of the holes when you took it out of the box back in. Top off the MC and put the cap on and secure it. Mount the MC, then remove the caps and connect your brake line fittings (one at a time). Put a bunch of rags underneath the MC while you're attaching the brake lines to keep the brake fluid from getting on your freshly painted fender apron.