- Bleed your hydraulic SRAM brakes with this bleed kit.
- Compatible with Code, G2, Guide, Level and eTap HRD models.
- Includes Bleed Tool for SRAM Bleeding Edge technology.
- 100ml High performance DOT 5.1 brake fluid included.
- Full, easy-to-follow bleed instructions.
- Epic Bleed Block & Rotor Correction Tool included!
- Perfect for beginners or experienced brake bleeders.
- FREE UK Delivery on this item!
Bleed your SRAM hydraulic MTB and road disc brakes with this all-in-one SRAM Bleed Kit. Compatible with all SRAM brake models including Code, G2, Guide, Level, RED HRD eTap, Force, Rival, Apex, S-700 & S-900.
Full support for SRAM Bleeding Edge Technology and the new S4 caliper with our very own, custom-made bleed tool!
Our Bleed Kit for SRAM Brakes includes 100ml of high performance DOT 5.1 brake fluid, enough to bleed your brakes 3-4 times! Our brake fluid bottles are sealed and 100% air tight, so you know what you're getting is fresh!
Join over 75,000 riders who've bled their brakes with us! Buy your Bleed Kit for SRAM Brakes from Epic Bleed Solutions - No.1 for mountain bike brake bleeding.
Easy 10 min job to bleed brakes ans flush with new fluid 10/10
Everything you need and works perfectly
I have looked a few bleeding kits and given the existing great reviews this caught my attention. I was a little bit hesitant given the price difference from the others however after having used it for two full sets of brakes I am very impressed with the quality/value for money. Personally I would suggest to buy a second extra bottle of brake fluid as despite no spillage I had to use a tiny amount from the second one I’ve ordered to bleed front and rear brakes. One bottle is definitely enough for one. If I really want to be overly critical, maybe some pictures in the instructions wouldn’t go amiss if someone isn’t familiar with the process however written instructions are more than satisfactory and clear. Really impressed especially because of the three attachments and the spacer inclusion
Fast and good quality
all the parts were there and functional, but the bleeding edge connector only worked for one use before the mechanism that 'clicks' it into place and creates a seal failed. Luckily a local mechanic had a spare bleeding edge part they could give me
Hey Genevieve. Thanks for reaching out. It sounds as though the tiny circlip on the end of the Edge tool may have become dislodged for the tool not to click in on subsequent uses. Please let us know if you'd like us to send out a replacement item to solve this problem for you. Many thanks, Alex