Speed Bleeders By Russell Performance

Speed Bleeders By Russell Performance Products

 
SPEED BLEEDERS
One Person System Takes The Work Out of Brake Bleeding...Bleeding your brake or clutch line has never been easier or simpler! Revolutionary double-patented Speed Bleeder replaces the original bleeder valve in your caliper/wheel cylinder with a spring-loaded one-way ball and check valve design. This unique design opens to allow the old fluid and air out, then closes automatically between pumps to prevent the old fluid and air from re-entering the line. It's a real time saver!

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Speed Bleeders, by Russell Performance Products
 
SPEED BLEEDER ACCESSORIES
Environmentally friendly Speed Bleeder Bag catches your old brake fluid for a no-spill, no-mess operation. This EPA-approved, user-friendly item includes plastic tubing and a 7" x 7" plastic bag with handy plastic tube connection that holds approximately 12 ounces.

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Speed Bleeder Accessories, by Russell Performance Products
 
BRAKE PROPORTIONING VALVES
Brake proportioning valves are manufactured from billet aluminum and anodized. They are adjustable up to a 60% pressure reduction. Valves Include 3/8"- 24 inverted flare hard line adapter and utilizes anti-corrosive brass internal components.

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Brake Proportioning Valves, by Russell Performance Products
 
PDF INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
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Installation Instructions for Speed Bleeders
Edelbrock Tech Note TECH NOTE: Speed Bleeder Instruction Guide!

Edelbrock Speed Bleeder Instruction Guide

Step 1: Open Russell Speed Bleeder screw 1/4 to 1/2 turn. Attach hose to Speed Bleeder bag or catch can to collect brake fluid.

Step 2: Pump brakes until air is purged from wheel cylinder. No need to close the screw between pumps as with a stock brake bleeder screw.

Step 3: Close valve. Repeat previous steps for other wheels, adding brake fluid to master cylinder as needed to maintain level.