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Phoenix Systems V-12 Reverse Brake Bleeder Kit Part #2003 Customer Reviews
15 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by ryan j (CORNVILLE, ME) Reviewed for a 2006 Chevy Silverado — Jun 09, 2017 5:18 AM
Used it on a stuburn caliper and within 10 minutes bleed out after spending hours the old way. I'll never go back again to the old ways of brake bleeding
Reviewed by Robert C (Navarre, FL) Reviewed for a 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner — Aug 07, 2015 10:13 AM
The V-12 is packaged well and the parts are of fairly good quality. The "pump" on mine did not cycle all the way and I had to use two hands to bleed my brakes. Make sure you purge the system of air per the instructions. Overall a nice product but overpriced.
Reviewed by Pekka L (Occidental, CA) Reviewed for a 1973 Volkswagen Bus — Jul 02, 2015 9:37 AM
The tool dissolved my persistent frustration in failing to get the air out the newly designed front brake calipers using The traditional brake pedal pumping method!
Reviewed by roger p (wellston, OK) — Apr 23, 2015 4:23 AM
the reverse brake bleeder work fine, BUT FEDEX GROUND SHIPPING SUCK THEY CAN NOT FINE MY HOUSE USING THE 911 ADDRESS EVERY TIME, ON THIS ORDER IT TOOK 4 DAYS OT FIND IT I TOLE THEM 3 TIME HOW TO GET HERE BEFORE THEY LET ME TALK TO THE DRIVER
Reviewed by george c (LONGVIEW, WA) Reviewed for a 1989 GMC C/K 1500 — Jun 19, 2013 1:00 AM
So when I got Phoenix V-12 and open it my first impression was what is all these fitting for. I just want to bleed my brakes and flush the system. So if you think this can be done in ten minutes like the adds say I got some news for you. It will take that long to jack up the vehicle, than remove the wheels. If your master cyclinder in on a slant you will have to jack the rear up to level it. wow, now of this was in the ad. I have always done my brakes with someone working the brake pedal and me turning the bleeder a few times till the air is out. Now I feel I have to go to college and get a degree to remember all the steps I have to do with the Phoenix. Sure you can do it by your self and that is what the ad says. hey, don't forget to buy a brake pedal depresser or make one. your will need it to use the Phoenix. Also not in the ad. So after reading and watching the video many times I was ready to give it a try. Then reality set in and I did it the old way with a friend a put the Phoenix for sale. Great product though. I hope this helps.
Reviewed by Troy S (Castle Rock, CO) — Jul 17, 2012 1:07 AM
This is a great tool. The attachments for the many different types of valves can be a bit confusing. Once you figure that out, it works exactly as described. Overall its a great product. And I would highly recommend it.
Reviewed by Alexander B (Fort Worth, TX) Reviewed for a 2003 Honda Accord — Jul 02, 2012 5:59 PM
I have to say that I'm very disappointed with this kit. Had high anticipations what this bleeder kits said it was out to do. My goal was to RFI (reverse fluid injection) my brakes. Read the owners manual and watched the corky videos. Got my car on up jack stands, primed the gun as instructed, yet still air bubbles were getting inside the gun and I had everything tightened properly. What was a shocker,as I tried to inject the caliper, squeezing the gun was a problem. Set the dial on 2 then took two hands and squeezed hard, from the pressure it made the fitting popped right OFF the bleeder and SPRAYED fluid all over! Figured maybe try loosen the bleeder screw little more and try again. but this time all the fluid went thru the threads! I had such a mess on my first caliper I couldn't believe it. I ended up hand pumping the brake peddle and flushed the fluid and still have spongy brakes. Took me alot of brake cleaner after that first caliper. So now I'm leaning towards a pressure bleeder. (This kit, I have to buy another attachment to pressure bleed thru my master cylinder) Forget it.
Reviewed by Jason W (Silverlake, WA) Reviewed for a 2004 Toyota Corolla — May 21, 2012 11:04 PM
good kit lots of options. pays for itself in 1 - 2 jobs. great magnet line locks and bottle make it a true one man bleeder.
Reviewed by scott b (canby, OR) Reviewed for a 2016 Dodge Challenger — May 02, 2012 9:29 PM
Great idea but still lacks that professional tool feel, worked ok, but had to go from the pressure to the vaccume method twice and my pedal still feels a bit soft.
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- Part #:2003
- Professional Kit includes:
- V-12 Professional Reverse Injector/Bleeder
- Universal bottle adapter & tube
- Bottle-Pak (quick-coupler cap, lanyard & 20 lb magnet)
- Quick-couple filter assembly
- Quick-couple capture assembly
- V-12 spare-fittings Pak (adapters, couplers, plugs, taper tips & UPA fittings)
- Bench-bleed fitting kit
- Orange case
- User manual
- Training DVD
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