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Phoenix Systems V-5 DIY Reverse Brake Bleeder Part #2104-B Customer Reviews
11 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by David A (Montgomery, AL) — Mar 28, 2017 4:56 AM
Great tool, easy to use. Mine leaks out the back of the plunger just a little. I wrap a rag around it and it's good to go. It is probably just mine but even if they all leak I would buy it again and again!
Reviewed by andrew a (Dublin, CA) — Nov 14, 2016 9:22 PM
The pump would stick a little when I first started using it but that quickly went away. It did an excellent job reverse bleeding the brakes and resulted in a firmer pedal. If call it money well spent and is much faster and easier than old school bleeding with a friend stepping on the brake...
Reviewed by charlie f (CHICAGO, IL) Reviewed for a 2010 Honda Civic — Jul 02, 2015 8:22 PM
Lol ! Seemed to work at first then gave up on me. Ended up doing it the old fashioned way. Two person bleeding. -_- save your time and money.
Reviewed by wilburn e (Hickory, NC) Reviewed for a 1994 GMC C/K 1500 — Apr 01, 2015 3:26 AM
After many attempts trying to bleed my brakes without success I ordered this product and it does what it says.Now i have a full pedal and feel safer thanks to Phonix.
Reviewed by Troy D (Blue Grass, IA) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Silverado — Mar 12, 2015 4:12 PM
it worked flawlessly big bang for the buck ! we used this on a custom truck build on a completely new braking system with all new lines and had the whole system up and running in 30 minutes.
Reviewed by Michael H (APPLE CREEK, OH) — Aug 26, 2014 3:20 AM
I'm pleasantly surprised to say this thing does a great job! It feels light and cheap in your hand, and upon unblocking I was worried. But after using it on a system that is notoriously difficult to pedal bleed, I am a happy camper. While it can be used by yourself, it is still handy to have a helper watch the master cylinder for overflow. Great product!
Reviewed by Kim C (ASHLEY, MI) — Aug 19, 2014 5:10 AM
Decent quality tool that works quite easily and was virtually mess-free. Reverse bleeding is a valid idea and the whole process was as described with one exception: The "burping" at the bleeders didn't work for me (left air in all four corners), probably because the master cylinder is at about the same level as the brake calipers/servos in my Lotus Europa. Not a product flaw, but this may need to be noted in their directions for some low cars. I nevertheless recommend this product.
Reviewed by aaron k (Coeur D Alene, ID) Reviewed for a 1913 Ford Model T — May 14, 2014 1:01 AM
Well, I got the job done with it. Twice now in fact....but on the second go round the plunger would not pull back after squeezing the handle and I had to really reef on it to pull it back and the handle popped out and wont go back together quite right anymore. Maybe the O-ring could be better sized or it could be lubricated prior to each use? And its overall construction is rather week and it leaks a bit and the fittings could be a bit tighter as it is a pressure system. Its a hand pump why cant someone make one just a bit beefier. Good design concept poor mass market cheap construction. But it gets the job done, for how many times I dont know, probably not too many. It should only cost $20 in my opinion.
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