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Phoenix Systems Adds European Brake Bleeding Kits

Phoenix Systems says its new MaxProHD European Brake Bleeder kit provides superior brake bleeding with pressure, reverse, bench and vacuum bleeding capabilities.
<p>Phoenix Systems says its new MaxProHD European Brake Bleeder kit provides superior brake bleeding with pressure, reverse, bench and vacuum bleeding capabilities.</p>

Phoenix Systems LLC has introduced three brake bleeder kits designed to fit almost all European model vehicles.

The company says the three new European brake bleeding kits allow a much quicker method for pressure bleeding than traditional methods.

All of the European kits pair one of the three classic Phoenix brake bleeders with a master cylinder cap that is suitable for most European cars. The vehicle models for the cap include Alfa Romeo, Audi, BMW, Fiat, Mercedes, Peugeot, Porsche, Renault, SAAB, Volkswagen, Volvo,and all other cars with 45mm threaded hydraulic fluid reservoir cap.

The first of the three new kits is the MaxProHD European Brake Bleeder. This heavy-duty tool contains an aluminum alloy hand pump with a powder-coated finish for easy clean up.

The V12 European Brake Bleeder kit is used regularly to bleed brake and clutch systems. This bleeder contains a hand pump made from high strength nylon zytel.

The company says both of these brake bleeders are fully rebuildable and represent an excellent investment. These two are also considered professional level kits for the certified mechanic.

For home mechanics, Phoenix Systems launched the V5 European Brake Bleeder. This introductory brake bleeder has the same mechanical functions as the other two, but with a more simple hand pump.

All three of these kits are capable of performing pressure, reverse, bench, and vacuum bleeding. The master cylinder cap allows these three units to function as a pressure bleeder and makes the reverse bleeding process even quicker, according to the company.

All kits include attachments to fit bleed screws and clutch weep holes as well.

For more information, visit www.brakebleeder.com.

 

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