I was finally able to get a hand (Big thanks Marcos) installing my speed bleeders and figured I had to start a thread over in this section as well as the how to's.
Anyway, These bleeders are unique in the aspect that they go into the caliper, and you open and close the small bleeder tip. This doesn't wear out your thread in your calipers over time, which can and will introduce air into the system with time after frequent brake bleeds and fluid swaps, etc.
I made a how to video and demo so you can see how well they work and what the function is.
- The bleeders are $35 each
- The anodized caps you see in the video and pics are $9 and fit like a glove!
- You can save and get a four pack deal where you replace your front MC bleeder, and all three calipers on the bike for $166.95. The caps are included and come in MANY colors! This was what I did. I figured I might as well go all out!
- I also wanted to mention you can get individual titanium bleeders for about $147 each as well
For the next two weeks, (until end of January almost) if you buy the 4 pack, you will get a free brake bleeding pump!