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What are the correct speed bleeder sizes for my car (96 Talon ESi 4dsc non-ABS braking system). Do u guys think this is a good idea. www.speedbleeder.com ??? Or should i just buy some type of brake vaccumm kit that I can use on other cars as well??
 

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I had those on a few of my SCCA cars and they are a gift from GOD himself................................love em!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

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Besides, It was IMPOSSIBLE to try to have my wife help me bleed brakes.................syncronizing that deal was a friggen chore!!!!!



Get the speedbleeders or date and ugly ******** mechanic chick
 

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Besides, It was IMPOSSIBLE to try to have my wife help me bleed brakes.................syncronizing that deal was a friggen chore!!!!!



I almost pissed myself when I read this.............Only cause I've already been there and tried this one. Beleive me using the "WIFE" method does not work. I'm still laughing over this....... :D :D :D
 

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should be SB7100 front and rear
 

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if you can't find speed bleeders most auto parts stores sell a piece of vinyl tubing with a check valve that does the same thing :)

and yes the speed bleeders do help considerably :)
 

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Man, why doesn't that Speedbleeder site give more application charts? So what would be the correct model number to use on a 98 GS-T (no ABS)? Would it be the same SB7100s as previously mentioned?
 
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