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VIAIR 400C Dual Pack vs. 35" Tires

VIAIR Dual Performance Value Pack, plus accessories and a 2.5 gallon air tank used to fill 35-inch tires from 15-35 PSI.


 


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Universal Air Suspension presented by VIAIR
There are only a handful of people in the air suspension industry who know every aspect of the install and every component as thoroughly as the staff at Universal Air Suspension. Oishi-san and Zack have been at the game so long that they were even chosen to appear in an episode of the History Channel about Lowriders, but their main focus is producing a top quality performance air spring. Here's a glimpse into the creation of a Universal Air Suspension air bag. From the raw material all the way through to leak testing the final product, every step of the manufacturing process is completed here in the United States; so when it comes to choosing an air bag for your lowered vehicle, you know you can't go wrong with Universal Air Suspension. Check out their products at: https://www.universalairsuspension.com/ Like us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/viaircorp Follow @viaircorp on Instagram Or check us out on Twitter: @viaircorp And don't forget to subscribe to our Youtube page for more industry videos!





SpoCom Anaheim 2014 presented by VIAIR
SpoCom 2014 in Anaheim, CA, July 12th, 2014. Coverage by Daniel Wolf | VIAIR Art Director. Music by Dee Dubs: https://soundcloud.com/dee-dubs Learn more about SpoCom: http://spocomusa.com Learn more about VIAIR Compressors here: http://www.viaircorp.com. Like our Facebook for more info on the aftermarket scene! https://www.facebook.com/viaircorp Follow our Instagram for photos of the newest Stance Project Vehicles: @viaircorp http://instagram.com/viaircorp Or check us out on Twitter: @viaircorp http://www.twitter.com/viaircorp





'Train Horn' On A Jeep Wrangler
This is an overview of the install of my Viair Ultra Light Duty onboard air system and my Wolo Model 847 Siberian Express 'Train Horn' that I installed on my 2002 Jeep Wrangler: Sahara Edition. The tank is 1 gallon and though it does sound the horn for short blasts you'll likely want the 2.5 gallon tank for longer runs of the horns. The closest horn I can think of that this one resembles would be a Nathan P3 but the tone is definatly off from that one. Overall the entire Jeep is a big toy for me and this is something I've wanted to do for years. I figured the rail enthusiasts would appreciate it and fellow Jeep owners would like to see how the set up was installed. For the horn 'purests' out there that think it's a virtual sin to place a horn of this magnitude on a vehicle, feel free to complain away. My skin is thick. Enjoy!





Currie Enterprises Discusses Off-Road Tire Pressure
One of the common questions we hear at VIAIR is, "Why do I need to air down when I go off-road?" We decided to let John Currie, the 3 time winner of the King of the Hammers Every Man Challenge and owner of Currie Enterprises, explain. With three generations of off-road experience, Currie Enterprises has built a reputation for producing nearly every part of an off-road vehicle that is responsible for converting high horsepower into a proficient off-road racecar - including the industry's premier rear-end axle, front-end axle, drive unit and suspension components. Currie Enterprises doesn't just produce high quality parts, they produce winning results. Check out their products at: http://www.currieenterprises.com/ For more about the compressors they chose, see below. http://www.viaircorp.com/ada-heavy-base.html Like our Facebook for more info on the Off-road aftermarket! https://www.facebook.com/viaircorp Follow our Instagram for the latest customized vehicles: @viaircorp http://instagram.com/viaircorp Or check us out on Twitter: @viaircorp http://www.twitter.com/viaircorp





Viair 450p fully automatic compressor
This is just a test of the Viair 450p fully automatic 12v air compressor. This is great for 4x4 trail use, around town, etc... this is my video of filling up a 20lb converted propane tank to air tank.





VIAIR Portable Compressors
An overview of VIAIR's complete line of 12-volt portable compressors.





VIAIR Jeep JK 2012 ADA System Installation.mov
VIAIR Automatic Deployment Air (ADA) Systems allow the installation of a complete onboard air system using none, or very little space - a life saver when the vehicle of choice is a Jeep or other off road-capable machine. ADA systems are available in model-specific & universal versions. WARNING: P/N 40044 is made specifically for 2012 models only and will not fit 2013 and/or other models.





RV Tire Inflator - VIAIR 400P-RV Automatic Product Video
The VIAIR 400P-RV Automatic Portable Compressor is the perfect tool for inflating RV tires. Featuring a vibration-resistant diamond-plate sand tray, heat-shielded quick connect coupling, and an 8ft power cord, this unit can inflate tires up to 150 PSI, well above the required pressure for RV tires. It also includes a Tire Inflation Gun, Dual battery clamps, a 3 piece inflation tip kit, a heavy duty deluxe carry bag and two coil hoses for up to 60ft of reach. Remove the orange rubber plug and screw in the air filter to prevent dust and moisture from entering the system. Pop open the hood and connect the dual battery clamps to the battery. Always remember, red to red and black to black. Once connected, make sure to start the engine to provide the required voltage. Pull back the sleeve of the quick connect coupler on the primary hose firmly to quick connect stud on the compressor. Connect the other end of the primary hose to the male end of the Tire Inflation Gun. Next connect the 90-degree twist on chuck to the female end of the tire inflation gun. Remove the valve stem cap, attach the twist-on chuck to the tire valve stem and secure it by tightening. Power the compressor by pushing the ON switch on the front of the compressor. Squeeze the trigger of the inflation gun to inflate the tire. Make sure you don't over-inflate the tire past its recommended pressure, as doing so can damage your tire and may cause serious bodily injury. To get an accurate pressure reading, simply release the trigger of the inflation gun. When the pressure gauge indicates the desired pressure, remove the twist-on chuck from the tire valve stem. To reach the back tires, you may need to use the extension hose included. To do so, pull back the sleeve on the quick connect coupler of the primary hose and connect it to the male end of the extension hose. Then reconnect the extension hose to the tire inflation gun. If your RV has Dual Rear tires, you can use the 45-degree push-pull chuck included. VIAIR's 400P-RV Automatic Portable Compressor makes tire inflation easy and affordable to help ensure your RV is in optimal running condition. 31" x 10.5" Fill Rate 0 to 30 PSI 2 min. 28 sec. 15 to 30 PSI 1 min. 25 sec. 33" x 12.5" Fill Rate 0 to 30 PSI 4 min. 00 sec. 15 to 30 PSI 2 min. 00 sec. 35" x 12.5" Fill Rate 0 to 30 PSI 4 min. 50 sec. 15 to 30 PSI 2 min. 20 sec. http://www.viaircorp.com/400P-rv-auto.html





chevy silverado z71 2 inch lift 35/12.5 tires
this is my 1999 chevy silverado 1500 z71 with a 2 inch rough country leveling kit tuff country add a leaf going on the rear leaf pack soon it had 35/12.5 bfg custom cut tires an 17in moto metal rims goin to be puting shorty heads on it soon





Stance Nation Nisei Showoff 2014
Stance Nation Nisei Showoff in Los Angeles, CA, August 16th, 2014. Coverage by Daniel Wolf | VIAIR Art Director. Music by SirGiovanni Maria Lopardi: https://soundcloud.com/sirgiovanni-maria-francesco-lopardi Learn more about Stance Nation: http://www.stancenation.com Learn more about VIAIR Compressors here: http://www.viaircorp.com. Like our Facebook for more info on the aftermarket scene! https://www.facebook.com/viaircorp Follow our Instagram for photos of the newest Stance Project Vehicles: @viaircorp http://instagram.com/viaircorp Or check us out on Twitter: @viaircorp http://www.twitter.com/viaircorp





Breather Hose Locations 2012 Manual JK Wrangler
There are breather hoses on both axles, the transfer case, and auto transmission. On manual transmission there is a breather under the shift boot (at least I have seen a picture of a 3.8L there). The tubes are there to let gases escape with changing temperature, and keep that pressure off the seals. If you lift your Jeep you may need to extend your breathers on your axles so they don't come off when flexing. Another reason to extend your breather hoses is to raise them up where they are less likely to ingest water and contaminate your diff, transfer case, or axle oil. It's something everyone with a snorkel, or who plays in water should do. It cost about $20 or less. I have posted a write-up about extending your breather hoses on a couple of forums both have the same info http://www.wranglerforum.com/f33/extend-breather-hoses-with-pictures-axle-a nd-transfer-case-185089.html http://www.jk-forum.com/jk-write-ups-39/extend-breather-hoses-pictures-axle -transfer-case-2012-manual-2dr-246787/





Superflow MV90 verses MV50 Air Compressor comparison
This video is a side by side comparison used to illustrate the performance differences between the SuperFlow MV90 and MV50 12-volt Portable Air Compressors. Because of additional hoses and fittings required for the test, actual performance of the units when used individually is better than what you see here. The test truck is an 2008 F250 Super Duty Diesel with 275-70-R15 Tires. Both units come with a nylon carry bag and coil air hoses. Newer models are equipped with type M air fittings making it easy to use your own hoses. Caution -- These compressors are designed to provide continues flow of air. Never use a hose set-up that dead ends the flow of air.





DODGE RAM/35" TIRES
DOGE RAM/35" TIRES AND DynoMAX Exhaust.





VIAIR Tractor Tire Inflation
VIAIR Portable compressors spend a day on the farm... TIRE FILL RATES: 9.5R 36 (230/95R36) 400P: 0-30 PSI = 4 min. 06 sec. 15-30 PSI = 1 min. 52 sec. 400P-Automatic: 0-30 PSI = 4 min. 06 sec. 15-30 PSI = 1 min. 52 sec. 450P-Automatic: 0-30 PSI = 5 min. 38 sec. 15-30 PSI = 2 min. 41 sec. Special thanks to Tanaka Farms: http://www.tanakafarms.com/





VIAIR 70P Portable Compressor (P/N 00073)
The 70P Portable Compressor from VIAIR is the perfect tool for inflating compact and mid-size car tires. Featuring a 150 PSI Pressure Gauge, 3pc. Inflation Tips Kit, Accessory Power Plug, and a Deluxe Carry Bag, this air compressor is capable of inflating 225/65/R18 tires or lower. 1. Plug the accessory power plug into your vehicle's power outlet and start the engine to provide charging voltage. 2. Remove the valve stem cap, attach the end of the air hose to the tire valve stem and secure it by tightening the twist-on chuck. 3. Power on the compressor by pushing the ON switch on the front of the compressor. The tire will now inflate. Make sure you don't over-inflate the tire past its recommended pressure, as doing so can damage your tire and may cause serious bodily injury. 4. When the pressure gauge indicates the desired pressure, switch the unit OFF and remove the air hose from the tire valve stem. 5. Finally, place the cap back on the tire valve stem and unplug the power cord from the outlet. VIAIR's 70P Portable Compressor makes tire inflation easy and affordable to help ensure your vehicle is in optimal running condition. VIAIR 70P Portable Compressor (P/N 00073) 1.27 CFM @ 0 PSI 15% Duty Cycle @ 100 PSI 195/70R14 Fill Rate: 0 To 30 PSI 2 Min. 55 Sec. (+/- 10 sec.) 15 To 30 PSI 1 Min. 45 Sec. (+/- 05 sec.) 225/60R18 Fill Rate: 0 To 30 PSI 4 Min. 22 Sec. (+/- 10 sec.) 15 To 30 PSI 2 Min. 10 Sec. (+/- 05 sec.) http://www.viaircorp.com/70P





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