Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Wilmington Island, GA
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I've been singing it for at least a yr now....
Use an air pump.
You can regulate flow and start and stop just by closing a valve, no need to run electric for switches. Just drag out the air hose when you need it.
I filled up my truck tonight, took all of 10 min start to finish.
Moved the truck up to the garage, opened the door, pulled the air hose off the real, hooked up the drum, pressurized the drum, put the fill hose in the truck, opened a valve. and waited .... then closed everything back up.
Piece of cake.
Works good for road trips too.
A harbor freight air pump is a great investment, I own 3.
97 F250 ext cab lwb 4x2
AirDog2 and FASS HD (it's a WVO RR setup)
Simple Centrifuge filtering method
203 degree Mod, DIY homegrown intake, CCV mod, battery relocation,
215amp Ambulance Alt.
EBPV gut, Pedestal gut & cut
Diamond Eye 4" (3" dp) turbo back straight pipe
no kitty, no muffler