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Motive Products 0100 - Motive Products Brake Power Bleeders and Accessories



Motive Products 0100 - Motive Products Brake Power Bleeders and Accessories

JEGS Part Number: 715-0100

European Brake Power Bleeder
  • Fits most European Imports with 45mm threaded reservoir cap
  • Includes adapter 715-1100
  • $55.62
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    Specifications:

    Brake Bleeder Adapters Included
    Yes
    Brake Bleeder Hose Included
    Yes
    Brake Bleeder Pressure Gauge Included
    Yes
    Brake Bleeder Reservoir Included
    Yes
    Brake Bleeder Tank Capacity
    2 quarts
    Brake Bleeder Wrenches Included
    No
    Quantity
    Sold as a kit
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    0100

    Bleed Brakes Like the Pros!
    The Motive Products Brake POWER BLEEDER™ is the number 1 selling DIY pressure brake bleeder. The POWER BLEEDER™ operates just like the professional mechanics' tool -- at a fraction of the price.
    Now you can bleed hydraulic braking and clutch systems like the pros.

  • Easy one-person operation means you won't need to ask a helper to pump the pedal while you open and close the bleed valves.
  • Corrosion-proof design for years of maintenance free service.
  • Motive POWER BLEEDER™ hand pump works anywhere - great for the home, shop, or track.

    Application Guide

  • 0100 - Motive Products Brake Power Bleeders and Accessories is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
    • 2016-06-28T14:08CST
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    Rated 4 out of 5 by from No more pumping or worrying about air bubbles. This bleeder works as advertised, the only thing is that even at 15psi the brake fluid is fairly slow to flow out of the caliper, even with the valve opened a full turn or two. The good news is that there is no chance of air bubbles or air making it back into the brake system, so while each caliper takes up to 10 minutes to bleed, it's worth the time spent to be certain that you have done a most thorough job of flushing/bleeding your brakes. An improvement (and something I did on my tank) would be to put measurement lines on the side of the tank to see how much fluid you have and how much you are using per caliper. This worked on both a 2nd gen mazdaspeed3 and '87 RX-7, although with the rx7, the reservoir cap design lets some air through so you have to REALLY tighten it. The problem is that once tightened, the cap is REALLY hard to unscrew, it feels like you may rip off the reservoir. just be patient and have someone hold the reservoir while you unscrew the cap (as the cap unscrewing requires two hands sometimes).
    Date published: 2014-12-25
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Brake drag gone, race won. I had a slight brake drag prior to using the pressure bleeder. The vacuum and manual pedal bleed were not perfect. There was still a slight amount of air somewhere. After the pressure bleed, I won my road course race with an extremely competitive field.
    Date published: 2015-06-16
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    • clientName_jegs