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Blleding LP Brakes with motive pressure bleeder

Hi Friends here is the video showing how to use motive bleeder to bleed your LP car's brake without having second person around. Sometimes I wish I wasn't married as its impossible to get my wife to come help me when she is running around 2 kids. If I wasn't married I am sure there will be plenty of HOT girls willing to spend quality time while helping with lambo


I used following bleedr


https://www.motiveproducts.com/colle...t-bleeder-kits


I will post video following this post, once I figure it out.
 
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Oh BTW its NORMAL to see some AIR in Movite tubing between brake cylinder reservoir and Motive bleeder container, Don't worry that air does not get pushed in to brake fluid reservoir.
 
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Great find, with three cars now needing a brake flush I am debating whether to pay the dealers or dyi . Can you purchase different caps for different cars?
 
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most certainly
look up motive website there is a tab for "adapters"
you can google and but it form amazon etc too.
Luckily same cap fits my DB9, Gallardo and BMW
 
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Im no expert, but would it not be easier to simply put a suction pump (brake bleeder kit or oil sucker) onto the nipples of each wheel, then pump up pressure and open the nipple? continue to top up the master cylinder and start with the wheel furthermost from the master (in my case left rear wheel) these oil sucker pumps come with loads of hoses and adapters for this exact reason.
Just remember to get the correct brake nipple spanner they are not the same as an open ring set
 
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Yep that's another approach
I tried mighty vac tool
Did not work well
Plus one needs to make sure you keep on refilling brake reservoir while drawing from caliper otherwise you get air in the system. That is not the problem with pressure bleeder
 
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I've been using the Motive bleeder for seven years now without an issue. Just nice to be able to do brake work without having help.
 
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Problem with vacuum type of bleeders, is that you have to be very careful not to let the fluid run low in the resevoir or you will bleed the brake twice.
Benefit of pressure bleeders is the ability to never run out of fluid and it is easy to bleed the ABS system, which you would be hard pressed to do on a vacuum bleeder.
 
 
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