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Speed Bleeder Bleeder Screw - Subaru STI 2004-2014 / Evo 8/9/X 2003-2014

MODEL # SPE SB1010S
Manufacturer Part # SB1010S

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Description

RallySport Direct is proud to carry the SPEED BLEEDER to make life easier for those of you who frequently change brake fluids on your track, or street vehicle. The SPEED BLEEDER has been designed with a built-in check valve. How this works, is that the next time you bleed your brakes, you will loosen the SPEED BLEEDER by 1/4 of a turn and then you pump your brake pedal.  When the pedal is depressed, the pressure generated will open the check valve letting air and brake fluid out of the SPEED BLEEDER. When you let go of the brake pedal and return it to the up position, the check valve will close and prevent air from entering back into the system

When you are finished bleeding, simply tighten back the SPEED BLEEDER screw to prevent any more fluid from leaving. 

The SPEED BLEEDER consists of:

  • Stainless steel spring
  • Stainless steel ball
  • Brass retainer

The threads are roll formed. This process results in a stronger and smoother thread than one that is cut. The chamber for the ball and spring is precision reamed and the seat for the stainless steel ball is machined to exacting tolerances. Zinc chromate plating withstands a 30-hour salt spray.

The confirmed applications are only a small fraction of what these fit.

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Specifications


Brand: Speed Bleeder
QTY: 1

Mfgr. Warranty: 1 Year
Condition: New Product
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Works exactly as promised
toughactin 3 months ago
These speed bleeders making bleeding on my own a breeze. It's so easy, I can actually bleed at the track in just minutes.

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A must buy
justincimbak15748 4 months ago
These things are very simple and should be installed on each caliper on your car to replace the stock ones. It's a no brainer how easy it makes it to bleed. For an STi you'll need a total of 8. Be very careful not to over torque when installing. They don't seat flush onto the caliper and that's ok. Take your old one out and run the new one in quickly to keep fluid from leaking out. After it's run all the way down and torqued up you can put whatever bleeder tube you are going to use on the top and then back out the bleed screw a half turn. Sit in your car and just pump away. Go back to the caliper and torque up the bleeder screw. Go to the next and repeat. Super simple and easy. Leaves no mess. If you like to work alone these are for you. I also removed the old rubber caps and I used the new caps provided. They fit better. See the photo I included. It shows the gap you'll have from the bleed screw to the caliper after properly torqued. Also you can see the new rubber cap.

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Excellent Product, Take Care When Installing
TEX WRX 3 years ago
Definitely start these by hand as far as you can before you go at them with a wrench. They may start of being difficult because of the sealant on the threads, so make sure the threads are clean before install. And do not be surprised if some of the sealant starts coming off as you are torquing them down. As careful as I was, the sealant still came off. If at all possible, get yourself a torque wrench and tighten them to 20Nm. This is the Subaru specification from the service manual (not sure about the Mitsubishi spec). This is the best way I found to make sure you do not strip the threads. I also made the mistake of not double checking the tightness on the bleeders before I started the bleeding process and I ended up spilling brake fluid everywhere. Always double check the tightness. Other than the sealant on the threads, the product is great. It made bleeding extremely easy and saved a good amount of time versus using conventional bleeders.
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Speed bleeders
Cjmiles31641302 5 years ago
They work great. And I had no issues with anything stripping like others are saying. Be careful when installing and your good. Don't forget sti's with brembos need 8 of these.
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Great product, but you must take care during install
krinkle 6 years ago
This is my third set of Speed Bleeders. I had them on 2 previous cars and they worked great so I did not hesitate to install them on my 2011 STi. That said you must take a little extra care when installing these in the aluminum Brembo calipers because of the thread sealant. Start them by hand ensuring you get the first few threads to catch then thread in by had as much as possible. You have to take care as the threads are tight because of the sealant. This makes it a little harder to find the point at with they are completely closed. More difficult but not impossible once you get it right subsequent bleeding is easy as you only need to loosen a 1.4 turn or so. Great product as long as used with care. FYI, my stock brakes from the dealer had a large amount of air on the lines.
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  • Q: 2012 Sti Brembos  chrismeredith 6 years ago

    Answer

    Will this product fit and be useable on a 2012 Sti w/ Brembos? or did they change the Calipers after 2010?


    • A: The Brembo bleeder would be the same on the 2012 as well


      Kirill C. 6 years ago