Adam Davila was kind enough to send us some pictures of his vehicle and a testimonial of the Reverse Brake Bleeder Kit.
“I saw the Phoenix Systems Reverse Brake bleeder on a TV show advertisement. I thought I would give it a shot, the tool worked flawlessly. I found it saves a lot of time compared to doing it the old way, where one person was at the bleed screw and another person in the vehicle pumping the brake pedal. The tool allows me to hook the tool up to the bleed screw and bleed all by myself, which is a lot easier to get all the air bubbles out. I would recommend this tool to anyone who is a hobbyist or a professional. If you’re a professional, you have to have this tool. I would recommend the Phoenix System’s Reverse brake bleeder in a heartbeat.”
Here is what Charles Martin had to say about the Phoenix Systems Reverse Brake Bleeder in a recent email to us:
“I purchased the Phoenix Systems Brake bleeding tool a while back. I own a 1973 Corvette that I could not bleed the brakes on. I saw your reverse brake bleeding tool on Gearz TV with Stacey David and I ended up purchasing the tool. The tool worked great, it took care of all my braking issues. Anyone who owns a corvette understands what a pain in the butt they are to bleed the braking system. Using the Phoenix Systems reverse brake bleeder was the only way, after using several other methods and tools, to bleed my Corvette’s braking system. Very proud of the tool and would recommend to anyone who cannot get their system working right, this tool will do the job.”
Check out his ’73 Corvette as well.
Air in your car’s brake lines is not a good thing if you are driving. This is especially true if you are a race car driver. Lance Rath knows all about the issue with having air in the brake lines of a race car and that is why he purchased the Phoenix Systems Reverse Brake Bleeder. He was kind enough to send us his brake bleeder testimonial along with some pictures.
“We can’t afford to have air in the brake lines in our vintage race cars. I ordered the Reverse Brake Bleeder after seeing it advertised on a Saturday morning SpeedTV program. It was just what I had been looking for to give us a quick and efficient method of bleeding the brakes of our cars both in the shop and at the track, and is now part of our standard kit at every event. When the job needs to be done right and in a hurry, the Phoenix Reverse Brake Bleeder is our go to tool.”
Enjoy the pictures below of his vintage race cars.
Another wonderful testimonial from Eric Tork.
“I was doing a suspension overhaul on my most recent truck build and had to replace the front brake lines. Getting these Blazers to bleed down doesn’t always go smoothly. I also needed a way to flush the lines from the master cylinder quickly. Since I am a hobbyist mechanic, I don’t have a lot of time to work on these projects, so I need tools that are quick and accurate. I found this brake bleeder while looking through the Summit Racing catalog and watched a couple of youtube videos showing how it worked. I bought one and was able to bleed the system down in less than 30 minutes and had everything working great.
I also use the bleeder for maintenance on some of my other collector cars:
My 1965 Mustang and my 2007 Solstice GXP:
OH YES!! I would definitely recommend the reverse brake bleeder to others! I have used other brake bleeder tools in the past and found that this tool was quicker and the ability to flush the lines directly from the master cylinder is a great benefit as well.
I will be building up a ’59 Chevy pickup this year as well, building a new brake system from scratch. Definitely need it for that project. No pics of that truck yet.
We received this Testimonial on the Phoenix Systems Reverse Brake Bleeder from JD Bohlman not too long ago. He has given us permission to share it with you.
“I am not sure if I first saw the Phoenix bleeder system on Bang Shift.com or on a Power Block show. In either case, my 1934 Chevrolet Coupe has a master cylinder sitting sideways under the dash with Wilwood calipers and no power booster. All in all it is a hard system to bleed by yourself and I work by myself. I have a vac system that I tried to bleed the system with but it did not seem to get the job done. I used the Phoenix Systems Reverse Brake Bleeder and in a very short time had the system bled and working well. The car is a street driven car that runs 11’s and 118 so stopping is important to me. My only problem was the adapters provided did not match up as tight on the Wilwoods as I had hoped but it was a minor thing. Doubt I will ever wear the Phoenix system out.”
He was also kind enough to send us a picture of his 1934 Coupe doing a burnout at the drag strip getting ready to run an 11.
Francis Goebel was kind enough to share his experience with us regarding bleeding brakes with the Reverse Brake Bleeder from Phoenix Systems
“I own a 1972 Pontiac LeMans. I purchased this car brand new and I have all the original paperwork plus the license plates. I have put this car in 2 car shows and have won 3 trophies, “Best in Class” “Best of Show” and I took an award from a “Corporate Sponsor”, out of 200 cars they chose mine. I am pretty proud of this. I was having trouble bleeding my brakes the conventional way. I saw an advertisement about the Phoenix Systems Reverse Brake Bleeder on RFD TV, a machining show. It was awesome. It changed my way of thinking because one man can do the job now, it’s less time consuming and it worked just as advertised. Just being able to bleed my brakes alone is really what made me purchase the tool. I would recommend this tool to anyone who wants less grief from bleeding and wants to save time.”
Here are some pictures of his Award-Winning Car that he is very proud of and he should be as it is a fine automobile. It is a nice looking car and we are sure you will not be disappointed for visiting and reading.