Motion Pro Bleeder Valves [obs]

Motion Pro Bleeder Valves [obs]
Motion Pro Bleeder Valves [obs]

Unfortunately, we no longer carry this item. It may be discontinued or have just sold out.

Please contact Customer Service (1-888-676-8853) or search for another product if you continue to see this message.

Find other: Motion Pro Fork Bleeders

Description See Also: 63 Reviews 1 Question
Item #

Read More
63 Reviews
3.9 out of 5 stars
5 Star   33 4 Star   13 3 Star   3 2 Star   5 1 Star   9
Write a Review

Write your review and you'll automatically be entered in our monthly drawing. Include an image or video to DOUBLE your chances to win!

Write Your Review Write a review to win $500
All Reviews
LannxBrown Verified Purchaser Top 50 Contributor
Reno Nv.
Too tight

the first one screwed in ok, but the second one not @ tight @ the first one broke off, had to take to bike shop to remove! MotoSport sent me new ones, but $30.00 later @ the bike shop was not a good value. Still needed them and they work good, just don't put them in very tight.

Liv Fast!!!
Motoxmike67 Top 500 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Covington, LA
Quik bleeders!

Excellent product, easy to install, easier to use!

southGeorgiatrailrider Verified Purchaser
Valdosta, GA
Waste of my money

The bleeders didn't seal right and the one snapped off and I had to use a left handled bit to get it out so I just what back to the stock method...

eman1374 Verified Purchaser Top 250 Contributor

This part works better than your stock screw. But the micro bleeder's, out perform these...

StephenMX Top 250 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Millstone, New Jersey
Fork bleeders = necessity

Im not much one for bells and whistles on my bikes, but I will say that these will help prolong the life on your fork seals and they help keep dirt out of the forks by not having to open up the bleeders with a screw driver.

I would recommend these to anyone who rides alot

addicted2speed Top 1000 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Roseville CA
Simple and works

It just flat out works, and I haven't lost one of the little screws this replaces since I installed them because there is no reason to take them out except to rebuild your forks.

achap Verified Purchaser Top 250 Contributor
sunnyvale, ca
Good product

fits good on the 2002 CR250R, no leaks, convenient for discharging pressure when on a ride.

1Warrior Top 500 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Smithville TX
Motion pro bleeder valves

easy to install

Mxracer409
Redmond, Wa
Great Product

These little guys make bleeding your forks a no brainer. Easy to install and easier to use.

BuckWild
Long Beach CA.
Bleeders

this makes life a lot easier for me because my air fork bleeder screw isent accessible and a screwdriver wouldn't reach it. now all i have to do is push a button to bleed the air out of my forks.

Csa000
Motion pro bleeder valves

I like them. Easy to install and nice and easy for bleeding the forks. My friends are using screw drivers to bleed theirs, I yawn, stretch, push a button and done before they finish pulling the first screw.

Peppe
No good

leaks badly, not a good fit for Yamaha at all

Stire517 Top 500 Contributor
Fort Mill, SC
Buy a better screwdriver!

They work, but after reading the other reveiws, and working VERY hard to not break them while putting them in place, I have to say that its just better to buy the right size screwdriver to fit your stock brass screws. They will be a real "PITA" to take out if they break off.

666rooster
Spangdahlem, Germany
Good Product

Good product. Makes bleeding forks easy, you're done at the push of a button. Easy to install, they just screw in where your bleeder screws did.

dragonrider
Port ST.Joe, Fl
MOTION PRO BLEEDER VALVES

A must on any mx'r, great product that is easy to install at a great Price!

Bubba807
Not worth the time..

Dont buy this, any bar tweak when you lay it out it breaks the threads off inside the forks. Just spend the 40 bucks and get the Moose Racing fork bledder valves.

admartinez438
Chandler az
Too tall

these bleeders stand very tall and get to close to the bars for my comfort. one good wreck and these will be bent by the bars causeing some major suspension issues, when its not necessaryly needed

HOLESHOT429
Los Lunas, NM

2011RMZ450
Princeton

a lil tall had to adjust my bars, but made it easy to release the pressure in the forks, installed on a 2005 rm 125 and 2001 rm 250.

JR711 Top 1000 Contributor
Amsterdam, NY
Time Saver

I wasn't sure if I should spend $20 on something that is not a necessity since you can bleed the air from your forks by simply taking out two screws. I got them anyway and I have decided they are worth the price. They save time and have increased the life of my fork seals since I remove the air constantly. A word of caution during installation... I was advised that these are somewhat fragile due to their small size and the fact that they are hollow by the nature of their design. The threaded portion can easily be snapped off inside your fork cap if they are tightened too much. I was advised to put them in as tight as you can with your fingers, and then tighten them 1/4 turn more with a wrench.

See 20 More Reviews
1 Question
Answered:   1
Not Yet:   0
ediggity427
Location: ct
Q: How many are in a package?
Over 7 years ago
1 or 2?
Drewski
MotoSport Staff
Over 7 years ago Location: P+RTLAND
A: These are sold in pairs.
1-1 of 1

Find More