Motion Pro Brake Bleeder

Motion Pro Brake Bleeder
Motion Pro Brake Bleeder

$16.99

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Description See Also: 16 Reviews 1 Question
Item #MOP0007

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16 Reviews
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Kyle
NJ
Great for fluid flushes.

This works best if you are changing brake or clutch fluid. If you have no fluid in the line or a lot of air, this will not help you out much. The best thing would be to get a reverse bleeder or an air bleeder to fill the line. This works best at getting the brake or clutch feel how you like after getting a majority of the air out. I cut the tube going from the bleeder end to the one way valve. It cuts down on the amount of fluid that you need to "bleed out" to prime the check valve. Once the valve is primed you no longer need to hold the brake in while opening the bleeder screw. You can leave it open and just pump the lever.

CC268
Arizona, USA
Not worth the $

I hate to give this a bad review as Motion Pro makes excellent stuff. However, trying to use this on a stubborn front brake (2009 CRF 450R) is tough. The master cylinder piston only pushes the fluid a small amount making the bubbles go in and out of the caliper before it even reaches the one way check valve.

I spent about 45 minutes trying to bleed my front brake with this and had no success. A simple reverse bleed using a syringe from Tractor Supply Co ($4) worked much better than this did.

I believe this tool would work much better on a street bike that uses a much bigger master cylinder. However, I know some people have had great success with this tool on motocross bikes. For now, I will keep the valve in my tool box and hopefully find a good use for it.

ooot Top 25 Contributor MotoSport Staff Expert
Eh

This product works as advertised, I'm just not convinced that it's necessary after using it. I find that the master cylinder on my bike does not pull very much fluid back into the caliper with the bleeder left open even when I do not use this. As long as I've got a good seal on the bleeder and some fluid in the tube I can pump fairly quickly and get the same thing accomplished without drawing air into the system. Makes a lot more sense for something like a car or side by side where you can't reach the brake and the caliper at the same time.

birdman93 Verified Purchaser
A MUST have!

Time is money and this thing saves you a lot of time! So spend the money and buy it. Works great!

BadAshley Verified Purchaser
South Carolina

Motion pro makes great tools. This one should be in everyone's toolbox. Simple, fast, and easy brake bleeding.

soulvillemusic Top 500 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Keller, TX
Simple but useful

As simple as a tool as it gets but it's all it needs to be. I definitely wouldn't want to bleed or flush brakes without it.

dmiller
Motion Brake Bleeder - works great

Well worth the money works great

drdstrx Top 100 Contributor
Swedesboro, NJ
Exactly what I needed.

This enables you to bleed the brakes on your own so you don't end up with air back in the lines.

GSXRCowboy
Phenix City, AL
Brake Bleeder

It worked like a champ. Very easy to use. My first time bleeding brakes.

Poobie
Upper marlboro, md
Best ever

This works great.

450WOLVY
EGLIN AFB, FL
GREAT TOOL

FAST, EASY AND EFFECTIVE.

jdb444
Irvington, IL

This is a very handy, easy to use tool for bleeding brakes. Eliminates all the mess and really gets the brakes bled well. The only thing I've tried that worked any better was using a syringe.

yamahablues
Elsie, Michigan

A plain and simple product, no frills. Just follow the easy directions. Easy to use, why spend extra money on the "bigger more exspensive product " when this does the same thing for less!

Yamahaboy
Cranberry twp. PA
Great Product

Best little gadget ive ever bought, hands down!! Easy to use and great results. I request it for everyone

Tman2
Great product

Increased my confidence on bleeding without air. HIghly recommended.

Travis
Eugene, OR
Works great, does exactly as advertised

only four stars, because of the price

1 Question
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Garrett
Location: Gilbert, Arizona
Q: How often do I need to bleed the brakes?
Over 6 years ago
I have a crf250r and race. How often do I need to bleed the brakes? Also, what do I have to do to be able to bleed them. Thanks
Drewski
MotoSport Staff
Over 6 years ago Location: P+RTLAND
A: You'll need to bleed your brakes after replacing the cable or fluid. Doesn't hurt to put new fluid in even after changing the pads, but how often you do it is it up to you. You'll need to loosen your bleeder valve on you caliper and fill the master cylinder up with fluid and then just keep pumping the fluid through and adding more fluid when needed until there is no bubbles left in the lines. If you leave air in your lines your breaks are going to be super spongey and not work properly.
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