Speed Bleeder Bleeder Screw - Subaru Models (inc. 2002-2007 WRX / 1998-2008 Forester)
Manufacturer Part # SB7100
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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04XT 4 months ago
Keep away from these things. Had one snap off in a brand new caliper, metal is cheap and I should have just taken the extra time to bleed the brakes the old fashioned way.
One man bleeding, fast shipping
MikeG 8 months ago
Needed these on extremely short notice for some new FHI calipers I was installing on my WRX, RSD shipped very quickly and I was able to finish my brake swap project.
Very useful little part.
ready_2_rumble 2 years ago
Very easy to underestimate these little things. I bought one to put onto my slave cylinder on my 07 STI, which I can confirm that the rear brake Speed Bleeder screws does fit. I was having the hardest time bleeding my clutch's hydraulic system. After having my car down for a couple of days just because of bleeding issues, I over-nighted this screw and a SS clutch line from RSD. Worked perfectly!! Had my car up and running in an hour after installing this.
Update To My Last Review 'They Leak'
HawkeyeSTiGuy 2 years ago
It turns out I received a defective bleeder. When I installed it, it continually leaked. I contacted RSD & they shipped me a new one very quickly. I installed the new bleeder & it has been working flawlessly. Only 1 out of the 8 I ordered was defective. I have had speed bleeders installed on my front & rear brakes for over 3 years now with no issues. They make bleeding brakes a breeze, & now I am ordering 2 more for my clutch fluid bleeders. Just be sure to double & triple check them after install to ensure they are not leaking.
HawkeyeSTiGuy 6 years ago
My first impression of this product was very good. Bleeding the brakes was cake. Loved them. Now, a week after switching over, 1 of the 8 bleedersI installed is leaking. I checked & rechecked that it was tightened down properly, but when I press the brake pedal with the key on, it goes to the floor! Ruined the paint & decal on the Brembos. & it's leaking quite bad. I'm switching back to OEM ASAP. Awesome product, except it leaks. I CANNOT recommend these!
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Q: Will it fit on an 07 STI slave cylinder? ready_2_rumble 2 years agoAnswer
Been having issues with bleeding my clutch system. Found a thread on NASIOC about replacing the bleed nipple with one of these speed bleeder screws that might help the process. It was mentioned that the SB screw for the rear calipers fits the on the slave cylinder. Can you guys confirm this?
A: This is not confirmed to fit the slave cylinder on your car. It may work, we just cannot guarantee fitment.
Josh P. 2 years ago
Q: How Many Per Kit? Jackstand Johnny 3 years agoAnswer
How many speed bleeders come in a single package? I have a 2002 WRX with factory calipers. How many bleeders will I need per corner?
A: This is a single bleeder. You would need one per corner.
Nick S. 3 years ago
Q: 04 WRX CV 5 years agoAnswer
Are these the right size for an 04 WRX w/oem calipers?
A: For the Rear you would use these, and for the front you will need the part number SB1010 units.
Kirill C. 5 years ago
Q: 2011 WRX Bohdi 7 years agoAnswer
Using a 2011 wrx as a filter I find an 8mm and a 10mm bleeder, which one will work? Both?
A: When using the filter, this part should not be shown because it is universal. According to speedbleeder.com, all of the 08-11 Imprezas use SB1010 for front and rear.
Zach G. 7 years ago