I finally got around to changing to the Speedbleeders on my brake calipers. After removing the stock bleeders from one caliper, I proceeded to install the SB1010 Speedbleeders but the first thing I noticed was the hex head screwed all the way down and bottomed out onto the brake caliper, this is not right. I continued to hook up the pressure tank and started to bleed the first caliper. That pressure tank actually allows you to bleed your stock bleeders without the need for the Speedbleeders, you just open the stock bleeders and the brake fluid flows easily, a one man job. But since I already purchased the Speedbleeders I figured I'd just install them. After draining the dark fluid and seeing my more clear racing fluid flowing, I closed the Speedbleeder. Then I noticed the bleeder leaking a little around the hex head, so I proceeded to tighten a little more, realizing the hex head was already bottomed out against the caliper. Then I knew the SB1010 was also a little too short for the Evora calipers, these weren't the shorter SB1010S but the longer SB1010. I released the pressure on the brake system and removed the Speedbleeders to compare them to the stock bleeders, my suspicion was correct, the SB1010 is a little shorter than the stock bleeder from the tip to the hex head, about 3/32 of an inch. So I reinstalled my stock bleeders, pressurized the system and bled the system again.
I called Whitney at Speedbleeder and notified her of the problem, hoping she had a bleeder that was a little bit longer, she didn't. She is going to talk to the engineers and see if they can cut a little of the hex head down, if not, she'll have to give me a refund.
Bottom line, the SB1010 will work but is not long enough to give clearance between the bottom of the hex head and the caliper it screws into. Whitney agreed, there should be at least 1/16 to 3/32 of an inch clearance and the hex head on the bleeder should not touch the caliper when screwed all the way down.
If you are all using a pressure tank on the system and not having to pump the brake pedal, there really isn't any need to buy Speedbleeders in the first place, the pressure tank eliminates the need to pump the brake pedal. You simply hook up the pressure tank, pressurize the system to about 15 pounds and open the stock bleeders, it's that simple! It'll save you $60 by not needing the Speedbleeders which really do not fit properly.