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Old 06-16-2012, 04:18 PM   #1
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My VLAIR installation-pics-

So I couldent decide on a portable or hardmount.After talking to Travis at ONBOARD-AIR.com I decided on the hardmount.Here are a few pics



A few pics of the intake filter.The hose that comes with it is hardI had to make a bend & was afraid it would kink so I used a piece of rubber hose.



I really like the clear rubber switch cover.Prevents accidental switch pushes.


The inflator nozzle is really well built & stays on the valve stem securely.It has a slick deflator built into the hose but not sure Ill use that feature much.



Here it is with the included items.I like the bag also.All in all it seems really well built & not very loud.

Travis was very quick to answer my questions.I would def recommend purchasing from him.

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Old 06-16-2012, 04:20 PM   #2
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Why didn't you just attach the filter directly to the compressor? (just a question not a critique)

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Old 06-16-2012, 04:23 PM   #3
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Heres a pix of the switch cover I mentioned,but forgot to include(doh)
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Why didn't you just attach the filter directly to the compressor? (just a question not a critique)
I did try that but it was tight & it made the compressor stick out to far & the rear door was pushing on the switch when I shut the door.
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Forgot to mention.Its a VLAIR 400H.
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I did try that but it was tight & it made the compressor stick out to far & the rear door was pushing on the switch when I shut the door.

Gotcha. I looked at the pic again and this time I noticed the seat was partially folded forward. Good luck with yours. I have a 400C mounted in my engine bay for over a year now.
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Installation looks great! Thanks for the good words.
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Forgot to mention.Its a VLAIR 400H.
Looks like a rebadged VIAIR 400!

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