Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Today's Sale! Motive Black Label European Power Bleeder

Today's sale is Motive's Black Label European Power Bleeder, which differs from the "normal" version with it's machined aluminum cap and swivel fitting. This is the bleeder that we use here at Schnell for all our vehicles.

Here's some info from Motive's site:
Features Custom-machined aluminum cap and deluxe swivel fitting. Comes with an extra length of high grade poly urethane tubing that won't cloud or crack with exposure to brake fluid. Works on most European cars, including Alfa Romeo, Audi, BMW, Fiat, Mercedes, Peugeot, Porsche, Renault, SAAB, Volkswagen, Volvo, and all other cars with 45mm threaded hydraulic fluid reservoir caps.
Why should I pressure bleed?  
Pressure bleeding provides a safe and effective way to remove trapped air and other contaminants from the hydraulic system. A Motive Products POWER BLEEDER is easy to pressurize, and holds enough fluid for a complete system flush, most vacuum bleeders require repeated refilling of the reservoir.  Reverse bleeding where you hook a pressurized line to the bleeder valves on the calipers can force contaminants into  critical parts of the ABS system and master cylinder. Also the typical method of pumping the brake pedal while a helper opens and closed the bleeder valve can actually damage your master cylinder. By pushing the pedal past the normal travel distance the master cylinder seals on the piston can be ripped or gouged by areas in the master cylinder bore that are rusted or worn.
How does the POWER BLEEDER work?  
The POWER BLEEDER works just like professional pressure bleeders. A tank containing hydraulic fluid is attached to the hydraulic system via a special adapter. The tank is then pressurized. When one of the bleed valves is opened, old or contaminated fluid is expelled as new fluid from the pressure tank is added.
This would be a great addition to any of our brake upgrade packages for when you flush and fill... now you don't have to find a friend for the old "pump and hold" method, or use negative pressure systems to suck the fluid out (where anything less than a perfect seal between the bleeder nipples and suction tube can create additional bubbles that makes it hard to determine their origin).

Sale Price: $65

Please note: this sale is phone order only, and not listed on our website. If you are interested, please call us toll-free at 1-888-978-9899.

Sale prices do not include shipping and tax.

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