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Phoenix Systems V-5 DIY Reverse Brake Bleeder

13 Reviews
Ships between 09/22/2020 - 09/24/2020
$66.99 /kit
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Features:
  • Part #: 2104-B
  • Variant Group: Reverse Brake Bleeder
  • Compatible with DOT 3, 4, and 5.1
  • Allows for 1 person brake bleeding
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Features:
  • Turn a two-man bleed job into a solo show with the Phoenix Systems V5 Brake Bleeding Tool
  • Easy, economical way to singlehandedly stiffen your brake or clutch pedal—no pedal pumping needed
  • Eliminates that spongy pedal feel, reduces stopping times and boosts braking power
  • Takes just 15 minutes to bleed your brakes or clutch with the Phoenix V5 DIY Reverse Brake Bleeder
  • Employs Phoenix’s patented Reverse Fluid Injection technology to send trapped air bubbling out of your system
  • Includes everything you need for basic bleeds: main fittings, adapters and more
  • Works with ABS systems
  • Compatible with DOT 3, 4 and 5.1 brake fluids
  • Your Phoenix Systems V-5 DIY Reverse Brake Bleeder comes with a 90-day warranty
Description:

When your brake pedal starts feeling soft and spongy, you know it's time to give ‘em a good bleed. Instead of reaching for your rolodex to track down a helper to come pump the pedal, tackle the job all by yourself with the Phoenix Systems V-5 DIY Reverse Brake Bleeder.

Perfect for any at-home mechanic, the Phoenix V5 Bleeder makes it fast and easy to bleed your brakes like a pro without bugging your buddies to lend a hand—or a leg. Utilizing Phoenix's patented Reverse Fluid Injection design, it forces the air in your lines up and out through the master cylinder. In just 15 minutes flat, your pedal is back to its firm former self—all without calling in favors from your friends.

From classic drum brakes to modern ABS systems, the Phoenix V 5 Brake Bleeder works on just about any vehicle. It comes complete with an array of adapters to fit most bleeder valves, and it's safe to use with DOT 3, 4 and 5.1 brake fluid—not to mention clutches. Better still, your Phoenix V5 Brake Bleeder is backed by a 90-day warranty.

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13 Customer Reviews
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V-5 bleeder

Nice item and has all needed accessories. Only wish it was of more sturdy(metal) construction, but for the price, it is a good value.
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Posted By frank s (Hendersonville, TN) / March 8, 2018
1973 Jensen Interceptor
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Easy

I used it for the first time on my 98 gmc and it was a breeze. I will tell everybody I know to buy one.
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Posted By Jeremy L (MILAN, MI) / September 21, 2017
2015 Chevy Sonic
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Awesome

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!
Posted By David A (Montgomery, AL) / March 28, 2017
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Worked surprisingly well

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...
Posted By andrew a (Dublin, CA) / November 14, 2016
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Lol ! Seemed to work at first then gave up on me.

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.
Posted By charlie f (CHICAGO, IL) / July 2, 2015
2010 Honda Civic
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grreat product

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.
Posted By wilburn e (Hickory, NC) / April 1, 2015
1994 GMC C/K 1500
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phoenix v-5 brake bleeder

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.
Posted By Troy D (Blue Grass, IA) / March 12, 2015
2011 Chevy Silverado
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Works great despite feeling cheap.

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!
Posted By Michael H (APPLE CREEK, OH) / August 26, 2014
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Valid addition to my too arsonal

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.
Posted By Kim C (ASHLEY, MI) / August 19, 2014
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diy brake bleeder

Worked as advertised...great quality product. Came with all the hoses and fittings needed to do the job right.
Posted By jonathan b (GILROY, CA) / May 24, 2014
2006 Chevy Aveo
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It works but its cheaply made and overpriced and wont last long.

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.
Posted By aaron k (Coeur D Alene, ID) / May 14, 2014
1913 Ford Model T
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great for the price

its great for home use . the inlet nipple should point to the side not straight down. plus it didnt say how to clean it when done with it
Posted By Mark B (Lemon Grove, CA) / April 1, 2014
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Phoenix V-5 for Motorcycle Brakes

My 2004 Honda Rune has a proportional valve in the system. Using the Reverse Bleeding technique makes it easier to clear bubbles from all the twists and turns in the hydraulic lines. All the attachments I needed came with the kit and the bleeding can easily be performed by one person, but two makes it even better.
Posted By Dwight E (GEORGETOWN, TX) / March 6, 2014
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