This is a thread to post pics of different configurations of compressors, tanks, valves, etc. to help those trying to figure out cool ways to mount everything up.
And an older pic of the setup in my car (I've cleaned up the wires and mounted everything now):
Modified by Capt. Obvious at 10:52 AM 12-24-2007
here is my setup, the tank and the valves are very old, they were on another car at least for 3 years before i got them, but surprisingly still work.
i also have a spare wheel inside , so thats the reason everything is exposed like that, plan to do a lot of work to the whole system, just need to find some mk4 lowering springs, so i could still drive the car while working on my air.
Modified by Rat4Life at 9:39 PM 12-21-2007
Modified by Rat4Life at 12:38 AM 12-22-2007
i'll try to take a pic of mine today, just gotta pull the sub box out first it turns out that i'm better at building the setups than i am taking pictures of them damn camera's always broken or out of batteries.
Quote, originally posted by jason@bda-felgen »
cleaned is the name of the game
Then clean that drivers side c pillar....lol just kiddin that setup looks sweet....had to cost a fortune with all that suede and leather..
Quote, originally posted by jason@bda-felgen » thanks, the only downside is the the leader hoses seem to leak when bent. i think that's covered under viair's warranty so imma check that out
Viair never warranties their leader lines.
Here is one of an Sonoma we just finshed.
Incase you aren't quite sure what you're looking at.
2008 Cadillac SRX with the tank and compressor mounted underneath the car. It's in a void above the spare tire. The spare tire mounts right back in it's stock location hiding what you see now. Valves are mounted inside the vehicle.
Not quite air but hey, the car goes up and down.
2006 Cadillac Fleetwood, 2 pump set up.
2003 Infinity G35 Sedan.
Tank is colour matched and we made allowances to add a second compressor. All the ugly stuff is mounted behind the tank.
Of course, the caddy CTS.
Ford F150 with ART product mounted in the tool box, out of site and out of mind.
We are re-working a Mercedes S500 trunk set up with hardlines, ostrich and stereo so when we're done, we'll get some pictures of that up.