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Phoenix V-12 DIY Reverse Brake Bleeder for Enthusiast - Web Exclusive

Do-it-yourselfers

Les Bidrawn
Aug 25, 2011

BICKNELL, Utah - Phoenix Systems, manufacturer of patented tools for brake service, offers the Phoenix V-12 DIY Reverse Brake Bleeder to give enthusiasts and do-it-yourselfers professional brake and clutch bleeding at an affordable price.

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The V-12 DIY Reverse Brake Bleeder system features patented reverse bleeding technology that removes trapped air to create a firmer pedal, increased braking power and responsiveness, and reduced vehicle stopping time. It can also provide a combination bleed including reverse, pressure, vacuum or bench to easily bleed ABS systems and clutches.

"Our innovative research and development has allowed us to develop versatile tools that remove trapped air from brake and clutch systems, which is critical to achieving the perfect pedal and reduce stopping distance," said Jon Petty, CEO of Phoenix Systems. "We are excited to take the patented technology that professional technicians have used for years and make it available to the enthusiast with our V-12 DIY kit."

Lightweight and portable, the V-12 DIY Reverse Brake Bleeder requires no electricity or air and works well on today's cars and trucks, as well as motorcycles, bicycles and ATVs. It is designed for one user to achieve a successful brake bleed in as little as 10 minutes.

Each kit comes with an instructional DVD hosted by "Gearz TV" personality Stacey David. For more information or to order a system, visit www.brakebleeder.com

MSRP: $79.99

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