Will this Motive Power Bleeder fit our cars?

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    https://www.amazon.com/Motive-Products-0100-European-Bleeder/dp/B0002KM5L0

    This is the 0100 European which according to the Motive website, fits 2015+ mustangs and all cars with a 45mm threaded brake reservoir cap. Can anyone confirm that the Mustang has this sized cap? Or is an adaptor required to make this bleeder compatible?
     
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    Yes that is the one you need. I already had one from before the Mustang so I ordered the 1100 adapter, which is what the 0100 kit uses.
     
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    Thank you! What amount of pressure works best with the S550 based on your experience?
     
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    I've always used 20 PSI with no issues.
     
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    Anybody find the power bleeder is a little painfully slow as compared to pumping the pedal?

    I did a bleed with the power bleeder last night, and brakes feel great, but it did take a while.
     
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    I completely flushed and filled my system in less than 30min by myself. That 30 min BY MYSELF is way easier than the 2 hours it would take telling my wife to pump the pedal and hold....are you holding??? No you said pump it...now hold it...its on the floor blah blah blah....you get the idea.
     
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    Love my Motive! Lucked out that the Ford uses the same 45mm adapter my BMW used.
     
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    Thank you, This just saved my weekend. Im borrowing the motive system from a co-worker and the adapter didn't fit, ordered the new one. Your the man.
     
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    I gotta see what my pressure regulator turns down to on the air compressor. I imagine the power bleeder is way more satisfying to use when you don’t have to pump it up yourself.
     
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