Bleed Kit for RockShox Reverb Seat Post & 2.5wt Fluid
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- Compatible with RockShox Reverb seat post & xLoc remote.
- Fixes seat posts that have developed a slow response.
- Works just as well as the Genuine RockShox Reverb Bleed Kit, for less than half the cost!
- 100ml Genuine Reverb fluid included.
- Full, easy-to-follow bleed instructions.
- Perfect for beginners or experienced bike mechanics.
Our bleed kit for Reverb will enable you to perform a full bleed of your RockShox Reverb seat post and xLoc remote at a fraction of the price of the genuine Reverb bleed kit, saving you 61% compared with other online retailers.
You'll get 100ml of stock Reverb fluid with your bleed kit - no fear of compatibility issues or voiding your warranty. Need more? Add a second bottle of Reverb fluid to your order.
OFFER: Add support for the new Reverb 1x Remote by adding the Bleed Tool for Reverb 1x Remote to your order for a discounted price of £9.00 using the option above and qualify for FREE shipping.
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This is a really excellent kit, they've thought of everything, it even includes the correctly sized bits for loosening and tightening the bolts and screws on the bike, a set of instructions, and a pair of gloves to wear - all in a tough ziploc bag so you can store and re-use. The parts are solid and well made, and there are good instructions on their website on how to clean and dry the kit for re-use later. Highly recommended.
Epic Bleed Solutions
Hey David, Thanks for the great feedback. The video looks great and that's just how they should behave after receiving the bleed treatment. :)
Great Bleed Kit Vs Bigger Brand
Bleed kit worked fine, no issues, however, the design of the RockShox Reverb post will not allow a proper full bleed with ANY kit. I managed to bleed the system several times with this kit making sure no bubbles either end which appeared to work, but when reassembled the post was still squishy. I phoned my bike retailer and it's a known fault of the Reverb post and to get it resolved it has to go back to factory for service. I had the same issue with my other reverb post. Pulled it all out now and purchased a OneUp post. Job done.
Worked well but your on your own for instructions
Instructions are for older rockshok reverb. I bought the optional adapter for the new 1x adapter. No instructions for this, google was eventually my friend when I found you have to open the bleed port with an Allen key first time. This was after struggling with a full syringe of oil. Bit annoying. Other than that really straightforward bleed
Worked perfectly to restore my rockshox reverb post from frozen in a fully extended position to working normally. Instructions were slightly unclear for the 1x lever but easy to understand alongside this video https://youtu.be/SIYd1hz87Hw