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dvfisher 07-30-2012 12:04 PM

Anyone use Motive Power Bleeder?
 
I'm wondering if their Brembo front and rear bleeder kit works with our master cylinders. I figured I'd ask here before I send the company an email. If anyone is using this product how do you like it?

http://motiveproducts.3dcartstores.c...-Kit_p_35.html

Thanks.
Dave

trizzo 07-30-2012 07:40 PM

i hope it does... i bought a mityvac bleeder ( http://www.amazon.com/Mityvac-6830-B.../dp/B000JFN9WC ) and wanted to use it on my GS. it works just like yours i image...

haileypooch 05-27-2014 07:00 AM

I bought one of these power bleeders for mycar and man, bleeding it was a snap.

any feedback on how this works with our Brembo brakes and what cap adaptors we need? At first glance it appears we need 2 different ones for front and rear.

Reaver 05-27-2014 07:29 AM

Guess I'll be the idiot this time.............

Why do we need a special tool? If it was faster and better then the Dealers would use one. $100 US? For the car I call a friend cause a few beer is cheaper.

However, the REP ROM does describe the process for using one but doesn't list any special tools or adapters so I can't help there. The only special tool listed for brakes is the front cap release tool.

For the bike you'll need it once every 2 years. Do it manually and put the $100 in the tank. :1drink

YMMV

haileypooch 05-27-2014 07:35 AM

bought the unit for my semi-track car so am doing regular flushes anyways, the question was not whether or not I should buy the unit, the question was has any one bought the brembo adaptor and does it work on our bikes....you know what they say about opinions......


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