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Conroy Micro Sprint Diaphragm Bleeder, 1.062 Inch
Conroy Micro Sprint Diaphragm Bleeder, 1.062 Inch

Conroy Micro Sprint Diaphragm Bleeder, 1.062 Inch

Micro Sprint, Midget, Modified, Sprint Car

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Conroy Micro Sprint Diaphragm Bleeder, 1.062 Inch
Conroy Micro Sprint Diaphragm Bleeder, 1.062 Inch
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MINI 1.062 DIAPH
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This bleeder works on the same principal as a High Speed By-Pass. Preset spring pressure against a Diaphragm that controls the amount of air that is to pass through the port. It releases air instantly in a 360 degree pattern. You don't have to compensate for what you think it may bleed off at. It repeats within 2/10 of a pound. With 4 different Springs, it has a range of 2 to 30 pounds.

  • Releases air instantly in a 360° pattern
  • No need to compensate for what you think it may bleed off at
  • It repeats within 2/10 of a pound
  • 4 different springs provide a range of 2 to 30 lbs
  • Sold as a kit
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