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Motive Products 0100 Pressure Brake Bleeder, Wilwood Master Cylinder
Motive Products 0100 Pressure Brake Bleeder, Wilwood Master Cylinder

Motive Products 0100 Pressure Brake Bleeder, Wilwood Master Cylinder

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Motive Products 0100 Pressure Brake Bleeder, Wilwood Master Cylinder
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Round 45mm screw on cap fits Wilwood reservoir as well as some European cars.


This brake pressure bleeder makes bleeding brakes a one man job. Fits Wilwood screw type master cylinder caps, many OEM manufacturers master cylinders, and all other cars with 45mm threaded hydraulic fluid reservoir caps. Works with many Wilwood universal master cylinders, including 260-3372, 260-3374, 260-3376, 260-3378, 260-3380, and 260-5920. Will NOT work with Tilton master cylinders.

Heres how it works: A tank containing new hydraulic fluid is connected to the fluid reservoir on your vehicle and pressurized with air from a hand pump (pressure gauge ensures that the hydraulic system is not damaged due to excessive pressure). When one of the bleed valves on the vehicle is opened, old hydraulic fluid is expelled as new fluid from the tank is forced into the system.
  • Bleeding has never been easier!
  • No need for a helper to constantly pump the pedal while you open and close the bleed valves
  • Two liter tank prevents the need for constant refilling of the fluid reservoir, thereby avoiding corrosive spills
  • Fast, easy and reliable one-person operation
  • Works on hydraulic clutch systems, too
Read more about bleeding brakes in our tech article, How To Bleed Your Brake Lines.

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  • BMW (All)
  • Ferrari (All)
  • Ford
    • Contour (All)
    • Courier (1972-1982)
    • Fiesta (1978-1980)
    • Focus (All)
    • Mystique (1994-1999)
    • Probe (1994-1999)
    • Clutch reservoir – if reservoir neck  is 45mm in diameter and threaded (1989-2008)
  • Hyundai Stellar (1985-1987)
  • Jaguar
    • Daimler Super V8 (All)
    • XKR, XJR (1999+)
    • X type (2001+)
  • Jeep - Clutch if neck is 45mm in diameter and threaded (All)
  • Kia Sephia, Sportage,Sorento (All)
  • Land Rover / Range Rover - All except Discovery II (1970-2001)
  • Lotus Elise/Exige (All)
  • Mazda
    • CX-7 (2007+)
    • MX6 626 (w/ 1 ¾” screw on reservoir cap) (1979-1999)
    • Miata 1st and 2ndGen Clutch
    • Miata 3rd Gen
    • Protégé (1990-2003)
    • RX-7 Third Gen
  •  Mercury
    • Capri (1971-1977)
    • Contours (1995-2001)
    • Merkur (1985-2001)
    • Tracer (1991-1992)
  • Mini (New, Cooper/Cooper S 2001+)
  • Peugeot (All)
  • Porsche (All)
  • Renault (All)
  • Saab (All 1972-)
  • Saturn (All 1992-2001)
  • Volvo - All, except S40, V40 (1972-2001)
  • VW
    • Bus (1950-1967)
    • All Watercooled VW
    • Vanagon (1980+)
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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