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Western Power Sports is Reversing the Traditional Method for Bleeding a Brake or Clutch System with the V-5 from Phoenix Systems

Western Power Sports is Reversing the Traditional Method for Bleeding a Brake or Clutch System with the V-5 from Phoenix Systems

In an effort to enter the powersports industry, Phoenix Systems has shaped one of their signature products, the V-5 Reverse Brake Bleeder, to help automotive technicians conduct clean, efficient, and thorough brake repairs on powersport vehicles. 

Through a sales agreement between Phoenix Systems and Western Power Sports, a powersports product distributor, the patented V-5 Reverse Brake Bleeder will now be available to the entire WSP customer base. This agreement with WSP marks a large step that Phoenix Systems is taking towards entering the Powersports industry.

Western Power Sports (WPS) is a powersports product distributor with six US based warehouses and a large headquarters in Boise, Idaho. The was incorporated in 1960 and distributes many products that include off-road bike, street motorcycle, ATV, snowmobile, and watercraft parts, tools and accessories to thousands of dealers nationwide.

Phoenix Systems specializes in products for braking safety and brake system testing. The patented V-5 Reverse Brake Bleeder, one of their signature products, gives those conducting brake repairs the ability to perform a clean, efficient, and time saving repair.

Specifically for the powersports industry, the V-5 is a unique tool that offers amazing capabilities over current brake and clutch bleeding methods. The V-5 is known for its capabilities of reverse bleeding brakes. This is particularly useful for powersports vehicles, because not only does it push air in the direction in which it was intended to go, up, but it also allows for one man to conduct a fluid exchange on a brake or clutch system. Those with street and off-road bikes will be relieved as the inconvenience of having to place calipers over the bike itself, is no longer necessary.

Phoenix Systems partners with distributors and sales representatives, like Western Power Sports, to help get their products in the hands of the service professionals who can best use them. “With the help of Western Power Sports, we are able to extend our products to an even larger number of professional technicians. Western Power Sports has a solid reputation in the powersports industry and is held in high regard for their quality products. We look forward to working with WPS and having them help us develop our name in the powersports market,” said Phoenix Systems Representative.

WPS is currently the fastest growing nation-wide delivery system of powersports industry products and delivers these products through its regional warehouse network, with locations in Idaho, California, Tennessee, Pennsylvania, Indiana, and Texas. WPS strives to bring powersports dealers the best in service, product and delivery. Phoenix Systems is excited to bring their innovative V-5 Reverse Brake Bleeder into the powersports industry and looks forward to developing their reputation within the market.

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Phoenix Systems, LLC

1076 East Commerce Drive, Suite 400

St. George, UT 84790

Telephone: (866) 760 – 5842 – Email: jt@brakebleeder.com

Editors’ Contact: teejay@brakebleeder.com

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Diesel Truck Mechanic Inspires New Heavy-Duty Clutch Bleeder

Diesel Truck Mechanic Inspires New Heavy-Duty Clutch Bleeder

Phoenix Systems, in an effort to gain more recognition in the heavy-duty market, will now be featuring a MaxProHD with an adjusted length and customized fittings for clutch bleed screws. These adjustments will allow diesel mechanics to significantly cut the time it takes to bleed hydraulic clutch systems. 

St. George, UT; September 16, 2016: Trevor Andrus is a diesel mechanic at Andrus Transportation, which owns a fleet of 320 tractors and 800 trailers. Recently Trevor discovered both Freightliner and Peterbilt have changed from their mechanical clutch system to a hydraulic system. Hydraulic clutch systems aren’t a new concept. Volvo Trucks have been using a hydraulic operated clutch for over 20 years. Hydraulic clutch problems often arise when a line leaks, or a slave cylinder no longer builds pressure. Considering trucks are exceeding over 1 million miles, these problems are occurring multiple times during their lifespan. With more trucks becoming equipped with a hydraulic operated clutch, Trevor has had more than his share of clutch bleeding nightmares.

In the past, Trevor removed the slave cylinder and hand pumped it for over 2 hours to get the trapped air out of the clutch system. He said that he resorted to removing the slave cylinder because pumping and holding the clutch pedal proved to be an even longer process.

“There are multiple clutch bleeding jobs each week that are taking all my time, and it frustrates me to see other guys in the shop replace an entire clutch system in the same amount of time,” said Trevor.  

Out of frustration, Trevor asked his Snap-on driver if there was something that could get the air out of these almost impossible clutch systems. Initially, he was offered a vacuum bleeder, to which he replied, “been there done that, and it didn’t work.” Trevor then asked if there was a tool that could push the fluid in the opposite direction, similar to removing the slave cylinder and hand pumping it. The Snap-on driver then recommended that he try a reverse brake bleeder that was featured at a recent trade show he attended.

The key component that caught Trevor’s attention was the reverse bleeding process. Based on previous clutch bleeding experiences, he said the most frustrating part is trying to push all of the air down and out of the clutch lines. Phoenix bleeders take advantage of physics and push the trapped air in the direction it naturally wants to go, “up”. This patented technology was able to break down the clutch bleeding process from 2 hours, all the way down to 15 minutes.

Trevor’s success lead him to reach out to Phoenix Systems to give some constructive feedback and share his excitement. Trevor said that while the Phoenix bleeder saved him 2 hours of his time, there were a couple suggestions that he felt would make a Phoenix bleeder even better equipped to bleed a heavy-duty clutch. He recommended that the outlet hose be longer and the fittings more customized for clutch systems, then it would be perfect.

Trevor’s feedback motivated Phoenix Systems into determining how to make the MaxProHD Reverse Bleeder better fit for heavy duty clutch systems. After months of testing and with the assistance of Trevor and many other diesel mechanics, Phoenix Systems is proud to announce the addition of a longer outlet hose and upgraded fittings to make bleeding a heavy-duty clutch, a one-man, 15 minute, more reliable repair.

Phoenix Systems is excited to strengthen its presence in the Heavy-Duty market and is hoping that many technicians similar to Trevor and Andrus Transportation will catch onto the convenience a reverse clutch bleeder is able to provide.

Background: Phoenix systems has been leading the way in the automotive industry, bringing exceptional tools and technology for many years. Today, the team holds over a dozen US and foreign patents, constantly bringing new technology to the industry. Leading the list of products, Phoenix Systems has pioneered its signature line of bleeding kits. Learn more about Phoenix Systems by visiting www.brakebleeder.com

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Phoenix Systems, LLC

1076 East Commerce Drive, Suite 400

St. George, UT 84790

Telephone: (866) 760 – 5842 – Email: jt@brakebleeder.com

Editors’ Contact: teejay@brakebleeder.com

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Phoenix Systems Announces Three New European Brake Bleeding Kits

Phoenix Systems Announces Three New European Brake Bleeding Kits

Phoenix Systems Announces Three New European Brake Bleeding Kits

Owners of European model cars and the mechanics who work on them can now enjoy the convenience of Pressure Brake Bleeding with the introduction of three new Phoenix European Brake Bleeder kits. Each kit works with almost all European vehicles and provides superior brake bleeding with pressure, reverse, bench and vacuum bleeding capabilities.

St. George, UT (PRWEB) May 22, 2016: Phoenix Systems, the makers of the Reverse Brake Bleeder, has announced the addition of three new brake bleeder kits designed to fit almost all European model vehicles. This new addition is an effort to further provide more simplicity and convenience to mechanics and professional-technicians across the automotive industry. These three new European brake bleeding kits allow a much quicker method for pressure bleeding than traditional methods.

All of the European kits pair one of the three classic Phoenix brake bleeders with a master cylinder cap that is suitable for most European cars. The vehicle models for the cap include Alfa Romeo, Audi, BMW, Fiat, Mercedes, Peugeot, Porsche, Renault, SAAB, Volkswagen, Volvo, and all other cars with 45mm threaded hydraulic fluid reservoir cap.

The first of the three new kits is the MaxProHD European Brake Bleeder. This heavy-duty tool contains an aluminum alloy hand pump with a powder coated finish for easy clean up. The V-12 European Brake Bleeder is next in line, and is used regularly to bleed brake and clutch systems. This bleeder contains a hand pump made from high strength nylon zytel. Both of these brake bleeders are fully rebuildable and represent an excellent investment. These two are also considered professional level kits for the certified mechanic.

For home mechanics, Phoenix Systems launched the V-5 European Brake Bleeder. This introductory brake bleeder has the same mechanical functions as the other two, but with a more simple hand pump. All three of these kits are capable of performing pressure, reverse, bench, and vacuum bleeding. The master cylinder cap allows these three units to function as a pressure bleeder and makes the reverse bleeding process even quicker. All kits include attachments to fit bleed screws and clutch weep holes as well.

“We have been missing a huge part of the market by not reaching a number of European model vehicles,” said a Phoenix Systems representative. “With the addition of these three new kits, we are expanding our reach and ensuring our service providers who use our products can provide superior service to all of their customers.”

For over two decades, the Phoenix Systems brake bleeders have become a favorite among certified mechanics and owners alike. The company has made this new addition to these classic products, with hope of their clients being able to provide exceptional service to their own customers, or enjoy the convenience of professional brake bleeding at home. These European specific kits have been developed to break down the complicated brake job process into a simplified process  for these European made vehicles.

Background: Phoenix Systems has been leading the way, bringing exceptional tools and technology to the auto care industry, for many years. Today, the team holds over a dozen US and foreign patents and has brought new technology to the industry. Leading the list of products Phoenix Systems has pioneered is its signature Brake Bleeder line of brake bleeding kits. Learn more about Phoenix Systems by visiting www.brakebleeder.com.

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Phoenix Systems, LLC

1076 East Commerce Drive, Suite 400

St. George, UT 84790

Telephone: (866) 760-5842 – Email: jt@brakebleeder.com

Editors’ Contact: TeeJay Johnson (435) 261-4358 or teejay@brakebleeder.com

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Phoenix Systems Releases State of the Art Informational Sleeve for their MaxProHD

Phoenix Systems Releases State of the Art Informational Sleeve for their MaxProHD

Phoenix Systems Releases State of the Art Informational Sleeve for their MaxProHD

St. George, UT: Phoenix Systems has just released their newly developed informational sleeve, which is a covering for the case of their classic MaxProHD reverse brake bleeder.

The MaxProHD reverse brake bleeder helps the professional technician, to the at home mechanic, accomplish a perfect brake job must faster than they could using traditional brake bleeding methods.

The new informational sleeve demonstrates the MaxProHD’s abilities by displaying all of the different brake bleeding methods, primarily its patented reverse bleeding technology. Under a quick glance, the sleeve will help an average consumer understand the crucial components, features, benefits and steps the MaxProHD contains to be utilized most effectively.

Phoenix Systems understands that over the years it has been a difficult task for dealers and other automotive tool representatives to be able to explain these crucial components to technicians and shop owners in a succinct manner. Simplicity and sophistication guides the artwork covering the sleeve to help potential customers envision themselves using the tool in their own workplace.

This new development is intended for the use of both the consumer and the sales representative to further their understanding of the MaxProHD functionality and usefulness.

Background: Phoenix Systems originally blazed the trail in brake bleeding technology and most recently introduced the reverse bleeder. They continue to pioneer brake system technology to improve the auto care industry, making the job of the automotive technician that much easier.

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Phoenix Systems, LLC

1076 East Commerce Drive, Suite 400

St. George, UT 84790

Telephone: (866) 760-5842 – Email: jt@brakebleeder.com – Website: www.brakebleeder.com

Editors’ Contact: TeeJay Johnson (435) 261-4358 or teejay@brakebleeder.com

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Phoenix Systems Announces Agreement to License and Market Ford-Branded Brake Fluid Test Strips

Phoenix Systems Announces Agreement to License and Market Ford-Branded Brake Fluid Test Strips

Phoenix Systems Announces Agreement to License and Market Ford-Branded Brake Fluid Test Strips

St. George, UT: Phoenix Systems has just announced a licensing agreement to produce and market Ford-branded brake fluid test strips.

The most interesting aspect of the test strips is the innovative thinking behind them. Though automobile brake lines are made of steel their bores are coated with copper, which eventually deteriorates and contaminates the fluid. The test strip alerts you to the degree of contamination, if any.

A brake fluid test strip takes seconds to conduct, provides proof of a needed brake fluid service and often results in additional business for a shop. If, indeed, the fluid needs to be renewed there’s the added benefit that, during the process, evidence of frozen calipers, torn seals or seized ABS units might be detected and addressed.

Brake fluid is regularly renewed in race cars, particularly road race cars though less so in passenger cars. However, the practice toward regular checks is gaining ground. Motivated by a simple color test that takes approximately 60 seconds to mature, it provides a visual indication of brake fluid health.

Phoenix developed the Ford product with the understanding that the brake fluid test needed to show the exact condition of brake fluid—no more guessing. Changing brake fluid when appropriate halts corrosion, extends the life of brake parts and improves safety.

Manufacturers Suggested Retail Price for 100-count bottle of test strips is $81.99

Background: Phoenix Systems originally blazed their trail in brake bleeders and more recently introduced the reverse bleeder, which was also licensed under the Ford brand name. A one-person operation the reverse bleeder is a light, portable device that bleeds brake and clutch systems in fewer than 10 minutes.

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Phoenix Systems, LLC

1076 East Commerce Drive. Suite 400

St. George, UT 87490

Telephone (866) 760-5842 or email JT@brakebleeder.com or visit: www.brakebleeder.com

Editors’ Contact: Victor Moore (706)531-0058 or Vic@MooreGoodInk.com

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S&E Distributors now distributing the new Coolant + Brake Fluid Test Strips from Phoenix Systems

S&E Distributors now distributing the new Coolant + Brake Fluid Test Strips from Phoenix Systems

S&E Distributors now distributing the new Coolant + Brake Fluid Test Strips from Phoenix Systems

In a new agreement, S&E Distributors has agreed to begin distributing the Coolant + Brake Fluid Test Strips available from Phoenix Systems. These test strips allow shops to test both coolant and brake fluid quickly and affordably when servicing customer vehicles.

St. George, UT (PRWEB) January 01, 2016 — S&E Distributors will be offering a new product to their customers in 2016 with the addition of Phoenix Systems’ Coolant + Brake Fluid Test Strips, an innovative product that provides a cost-effective way for shops to test these important fluids and provide customers with better service. Through the distribution agreement, S&E Distributors will be offering the test strips to its quick lube and auto repair companies throughout the United States.

Through the agreement S&E will be offering its customers Coolant + Brake Fluid Test Strips, a double-ended test strip that tests both coolant and brake fluid to determine if they need to be replaced. The strips provide automotive technicians with visual evidence of the quality of the fluid, increasing authority and customer service for them as they educate customers about the need for replacement.

This is not the first time S&E has taken on a Phoenix System product. S& E has partnered with Phoenix System to distribute its products since November of 2012. This year it will add the Coolant + Brake Fluid Test Strips to continue in its goal of providing quality products and superior customer service to its customers. “We are thrilled to offer Coolant + Brake Fluid Test Strips to S&E Distributors and their customers,” said a Phoenix Systems spokesperson. “S&E has such a great reputation in the automotive service industry, and adding our newest product to their lineup will be a great fit.”

The S&E team also expressed excitement over the distribution partnership. “Our customers have loved the other Phoenix Systems products we have offered, especially the Brake Strip testing strips,” said Sean Malmstrom of S&E. “Now, the newest test strips offer one strip that will test both coolant and brake fluid, saving time and money for the shops that come to us for products. We feel that our customers will appreciate this new product, as it will help their bottom lines and their customer service.”

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Phoenix Systems, the makers of Brake Fluid and Coolant Test Strip Technology, focus on creating the innovative products that automotive technicians need to perform their jobs well. With over a dozen patents for its industry-leading products, Phoenix Systems is leading the way in bringing new, innovative products to the automotive industry. Learn more at www.brakebleeder.com

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S&E distribution provides a one-stop shop for automotive industry products. With same-day shipping and easy terms, S&E Distribution helps modern repair shops and automotive supply stores provide their customers with superior service. To learn more about S&E, visit www.selubeproducts.com

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