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Old 02-24-2012, 12:55 AM   #1
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Onboard-air.com: 100% Duty Economy OBA System



Since our 400C economy kit, we decided to put together a 100% duty cycle system using the VIAIR 450C. For the guys running 37" or larger tires, we paired the VIAIR 450C compressor (100% duty) with the slightly smaller 2 gallon tank. The result is a high performing OBA system that can fill 37" or larger tires.

This kit comes with just the basics to install an OBA system on your Jeep, which helps keep the cost down. This system uses the same compressor that is used in the Constant Duty Onboard Air System (10007)!

Save $70 from 10007. It comes with compressor, tank, pressure switch, relay & air relocation kit with air coupler to remote mount anywhere you choose.

We are offering this kit at $329!
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1.66 CFM | 150 PSI | 100% Duty

Included Parts:
- (1) 450C Compressor (Patents Pending Intercooler Head)
- (1) 2.0 Gallon VIAIR 150 PSI Air Tank
- (1) Air Source Relocation Kit
- (1) 40-Amp Relay with built-in 110 PSI - 145 PSI Pressure Switch
- (1) Tanks Fitting Kit (Drain, 175 PSI Saftey Valve, Plugs)
- (2) Air Filter Assemblies
- (2) Remote Mount Brackets
- (2) Sets of Remote Mount Fittings
- (2) Sets of Spare Air Filter Elements
- (8) Sets of Nuts, Bolts, Washers and Lock Washers
- (2) Stainless Steel Braided Leader Hoses with Inline Check Valve
- (6) Airline Clips

Specifications:
12-Volt
Permanent Magnetic Motor
Duty Cycle: 100% @ 100 PSI
Max. Working Pressure: 150 PSI
Max. Amp Draw: 19 Amps
Max. CFM: 1.66
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Old 02-26-2012, 10:07 PM   #2
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Can't beat this pricing for a 100% duty OBA system. Just wire it in & grab your fill hose, and you're all set!
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Old 02-27-2012, 04:34 AM   #3
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Where do you mount the tank? It looks huge. Not being a smart ass. Just looking for ideas.
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I know what you mean.
You can mount the tank alongside the frame, opposite of the gas tank.

The tank measures 19.5" L x 6" W x 7.75" H.
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Old 02-27-2012, 11:48 AM   #5
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Ok. It looks a lot bigger than that.
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Old 02-27-2012, 01:38 PM   #6
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One more question. Will the pump survive a Michigan winter mounted to the frame or does it need to be installed in some sort of enclosure?
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I know what you mean.
You can mount the tank alongside the frame, opposite of the gas tank.

The tank measures 19.5" L x 6" W x 7.75" H.
Not a Viair tank, but this will give you some idea of where to put it. This is a 2.5 gallon tank.



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Not a Viair tank, but this will give you some idea of where to put it. This is a 2.5 gallon tank.
Nice setup! So the tank mounts to the frame and the compressor goes under the hood somewhere. I was imagining them both mounted to the Frame for some reason.
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Nice setup! So the tank mounts to the frame and the compressor goes under the hood somewhere. I was imagining them both mounted to the Frame for some reason.
My compressor is engine driven, but you can mount an electric compressor just about anywhere it'll fit.
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So what is the advantage of a constant duty system when you're only using it to fill tires? I feel like constant duty isn't necessary for that application

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One more question. Will the pump survive a Michigan winter mounted to the frame or does it need to be installed in some sort of enclosure?
It will surivie the weather.... just make sure to remote mount the air intake to a dry area where it can draw in clean air. It will come with all necessary hardware to remote mount the intake. All VIAIR compressors, for the most part, are water and dust resistant.

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So what is the advantage of a constant duty system when you're only using it to fill tires? I feel like constant duty isn't necessary for that application

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The 100% duty cycle compressors have the ability to run a very extended period of time. Some guys like that, if they have 40's, etc, or want to fill up their tires and their friends. Typically, a 400C system will handle most applications and fill a 35" tire without problem. It can even do low pressure 37's, say up to about 35 PSI.
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