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Mityvac MV8000 Automotive Test and Bleeding Kit

5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 2 opiniones de clientes

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Información sobre el producto
Referencia del fabricante MV8000
Plegable No
Tallas y especificaciones
Peso 905 gramos
Alto5.7 centímetros
Largo 30.5 centímetros
Ancho 24.8 centímetros

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Detalles del producto

  • Dimensiones del producto: 30,5 x 24,8 x 5,7 cm ; 907 g
  • Número de modelo del producto: MV8000
  • ASIN: B00265M9SS
  • Producto en desde: 24 de enero de 2015
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (2 opiniones de clientes)
  • Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº3.156 en Coche y moto (Ver el Top 100 en Coche y moto)

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Despues de probarla en un coche y dos motos estoy satisfecho. En los purgadores en los que se hacía bien el vacío el cambio del líquido de frenos era cómodisimo y rápido. En cambio en los que no, era más costoso, debiendo bombear continuamente para que el vacío no llegase a 0. En cualquier caso el método de succión me ha resultado más cómodo que el tradicional bombea, pisa, abre, cierra, suelta. La succión que es capaz de generar es más que suficiente para hacer el cambio de líquido de frenos en cualquier vehículo. Quizá el sistema de presión sea más cómodo que este de succión.
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He probado esta bomba tanto en moto como en coche, funciona correctamente. Es muy cómodo realizar el cambio de líquido de frenos por una persona. El pedido lo recibí correctamente.
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56 de 57 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas I'm not sure why there are so many bad reviews for this 26 de julio de 2015
Por Ryan - Publicado en
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I'm not sure why there are so many bad reviews for this, but it is a great product. This is my second one since I accidentally ran over my first one. Both have been very useful for much more than bleeding brakes. Priming lines, removing liquid from low places (in the home as well) and checking for vacuum leaks just to name few. Both of mine have had very acurate guages and have never leaked. I took a picture comparing the readout to a pretty expensive industrial guage. The container to catch the brake fluid is 120 ml, which is plenty to bleed your calipers. If you are flushing your entire system, you will probably have to dump it twice per wheel. It has a vacuum release lever which is useful for repeated testing (distributor vacuum advance etc.) It has held vacuum for about 20 minutes for me in the past so I guess other reviewers have either gotten a dud or were not using it correctly. Great product, lots of different fittings and a solid design. As long as you don't run over it with your car, it will last a long time.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Saved us a lot of time. 26 de junio de 2015
Por Dylan L. - Publicado en
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Originally bought this as a precaution as we replaced the head to our 2001 Jetta VW. Once we got everything put back together we could actually see the air in the fuel lines. We'd have had to siphon all the fuel out if we didn't have this. It only took a minute or two to figure the tool out and get all the air out of the line. Saved us money and time; will definitely use it again.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Don't no why everyone complains about this? 10 de mayo de 2014
Por Drew E. Stanton - Publicado en
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Yes the hoses come kinked. I set them in a car in the sun for an hour or two with the windows up and they returned to their original slight curve (from being on a roll at factory) but not kinked.
The cup has suction. If you look at it before you try to put it together you will notice it's possible to tighten the lid in either direction. Turning it clockwise until the tab on the cap touches the middle tab of the cup and it holds enough suction to function as intended.
As for the "boots" no connecting securely. On my 2004 Sebring they fit perfectly, sealed very well, on my 1999 Eldorado they didn't seal very well because the bleeder valve nipple was pretty rusty and needs to be replaced. That being said it still pulled fluid just not a good stream. I also had no problems with my 1994 F-150. Got this started today at 5pm and had 3 vehicles done (replaced brake fluid in all) by 7:30, this includes time to jack them up and remove and rotate tires, and a couple smoke breaks.
The cup isn't very big but is perfect for this purpose. I started by sucking the fluid from the reservoir (filled cup twice) then started with the closest brake (drivers front) worked clockwise around vehicle (filled once for each to get new fluid). Emptying it is a breeze though, if the tube still has fluid in it just put the boot end in a container and press the vacuum release button and it will siphon the entire cup into your container. If there isn't any fluid in hose just give a couple squeezes while submersed in the fluid already in container then press release and it will siphon it all out. I didn't have to unscrew the cup after I put it together.
Like others said it is a little awkward to get it to stand on it's own while you have your hands busy, I figured out a way to get the cup upright but it took a few times.
The only real problem I had with it was on my 2nd or 3rd brake on the first car the squeeze handle fell off, there was a metal dowel that holds it to a rod and it had somehow gotten turned so it lined up with the hole and just fell out. It must have happened during shipping because once I got it back together (which took placing the dowel in the hole, placing handle on, the using a small flat screwdriver to lift and twist the dowel/rod to lock it in place on the handle-5-10 minutes with slick hands) it never turned again.
I believe that most peoples problems originated from bleeder valve nipples that were not in good shape (rust or crud covered) and I would definitely recommend this to my friends/family. For what this costs plus a gallon of brake fluid I did 3 vehicles today, will do one more tomorrow, for less than it would cost to have a shop change the brake fluid on one vehicle.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Decent quality & good value 20 de junio de 2017
Por Apptimus Prime - Publicado en
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I was skeptical about buying a bleed kit and decided to stick with Mityvac for their brand name. Even though the bleeder is plastic, it works well. I don't foresee any issues with quality or longevity as long as you take care of your tools. Suctions was powerful enough to bleed all four of my brakes.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas You want this. 5 de junio de 2017
Por Waco - Publicado en
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If you've been bleeding brakes or clutch lines the old way...stop. This turns a painful operation into something so simple you'll wonder why you've been doing it wrong all these years.

Brand new master/slave clutch cylinders, new brake master, new rotors, and new brake lines. It took barely 30 minutes to bleed all of them *by myself* with this tool.

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