|01-11-2012 09:15 AM|
I know it is tight on Jeeps to fit dual compressors, but the performance of these kits are worth finding the room.
Keep in mind also, that the compressors don't necessarily have to be mounted right next to the tank. You can run airline between compressors and tank if needed to mount them on opposite ends of the vehicle.
For JK's, I have seen some guys mount eh compressors in the storage area, then run the tank along the frame in front of the evap.
|01-10-2012 01:04 AM|
|AirWerkz||Some guys will run the compressors under the hood, and then mount the take underneath along the frame on the opposite side of the exhaust.|
|01-10-2012 01:01 AM|
|whiteyj||All well and good if you have a cavern under your hood like the FS pick-up. Where in the heck are you supposed to put all that undera Wrangler?|
|01-10-2012 12:46 AM|
Dual Compressor Onboard Air Systems
We just came out with dual compressor onboard air systems in both 150 PSI & 200 PSI. These kits come with just the bare essentials to create an affordable, fast filling onboard air system. Both include 2 compressors, a 2.5 gallon tank and the necessary fittings to get started..... even includes an air coupler relocation kit to mount the an air coupler anywhere on your vehicle.
Just need to supply your own wiring, air hose, air chuck & in cab switch for the system. Check out the videos below to see the dual 400C setup in action! Can fill 4 35" tires from 15-35 PSI in 9 minutes.
The 200 PSI system allows for more air storage, while the 150 PSI system offers high flow @ 4.55 CFM!
We are offering FREE SHIPPING since both these are new items.
Let me know if you guys have any questions.
Dual 400C 150 PSI System
Dual 444C 200 PSI System
Videos of Dual 400C in Action!
VIAIR 400C Dual Pack vs. 35" Tires - YouTube
VIAIR Dual 400C vs. 8-Lug Removal - YouTube