Conroy Late Model Tire Bleeders
Dirt Late Model, Pavement Late Model
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If you have ever lost a race because stagger went away, the Conroy "Pneu" Control will help you regulate it more accurately.
WHY IT HAPPENS: Centrifugal force creates a pressure on the poppet valve in the bleeder when installed in the outer diameter of the wheel causing the poppet valve not to open at the desired setting. In other words, it is trying to close it!
HOW TO CORRECT IT: By installing the Conroy "Pneu" Control in the center of the axle axis and routing air from the tire to the bleeder. All forces are eliminated and the bleeder functions properly.
What Conroy has done is adapt the same technology found in their Sprint Pneu Controls to fit the Wilwood or Winters drive flange to allow you to consistently and accurately control the tire pressures on your late model to within 0.2 lbs.
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