crappy video i made, to make a comparison to went i put the analog manny in
I run my system with 3/8" line and 175-200psi in the tank just incase i need to quickly raise the car. Jumps up from aired out to full up in around 1 second....this is ridiculously slow. Good for accuracy i guess with analog lol.
just got my analog management in today and of course, being a n00b i have quite a few questions.
i dont do any electrical/wiring so all this is confusing looking to me, but im either you guys can help or my should know lol.
any way, to the pics!
now this is where some of my questions arrive
this came with it and im about 90% that this goes from the uv4 controller to the switcbox posted above? right?
these, from the harness posted above, idk what these are, i assume maybe the black one is a ground but a second opinion would be appreciated!!
uv4 controller, these push to connects go straight from here to the bags correct?
the little picture thing in the box is pretty clear with this
the back of the uv4, ****ty pic but all you guys know it, is this like a dump?? doesnt seem like anything would go there
one of the two biggest questions i have, this came in the box with the uv4, now, with the other harness i have will make this un-needed i assume, because it uses the same plug type. but then on the on the diagram it shows a ground wire, which on the other harness i think is what the loose wires are for but idk100%
this is how i figuired it went. uv4, to harness, to switchbox.
and the last questions... where exactly to the gauge lines plug into??
or, if it looks like im missing something, lmk.
I have the same setup.
The loose wires go as follows(this is how I did it, and it seems to be running)
The two black ones are grounds.
The pink, grey, and blue wires would go into your distributer box. Otherwise you won't have power leading to your control box or manifold.
also if you run analog gauges, you have 4 of 1/4 npt to 1/8 pts fittings with the kit that replace allen( hex) plugs on the back side of the manifold.
I appreciate those who responded and helped me get un-confused about this new management, and with that being said i got some(most) work done today!!
Got it all mounted in the trunk (of course, not the prettiest but its sturdy and not going anywhere), the vu4 looks so nice i wish it was visible Got ALL new lines ran, just used a line going from the manny straight to the bags, no connections, i want the least chance for leaks which drive me crazy. Have to give my hat off to bagriders to making the electrical connections (switchbox 2 vu4) super simple. Hell, even i had no problem. Only reason its not hooked up yet beause i think im Amish. So basically its ready to go, going to my dads shop tomorrow so he can help me (do it) get the black ground and get power to it. And the hook up all the new lines.
Any way on to pics, im really liking the feel of the switchbox, ready to get these paddles out (which i have a buyer for already )
first thing i tackled was mounting the switchbox, pull the center out, drilled a hole and bam. perfect!
maybe stick a grommet in there to clean it up, no file
folds up perfect lol MONEY
using the same pod
new gauges, with 1/8 ptcs. easier to run
thread sealed, man, what where they trying to prove when they tightened those hex plugs in there, whata bitch
simple as pie
only troops left
doing work on the floor/cover
worked on the trunk today.felt weird being at joann fabrics but it was worth it
ordered a sticker for the tank so when that comes in the trunk will be complete in my eyes...
couple pics, the reason why the cut isnt 100% perfect straight because the tank is on an angle
and the gauges mounted, no leaks
coming so far
Glad you are super happy about the vu-4 manifold and switchbox. Good choice and pretty to upgrade to e-level if you ever want (i still think you might want to so i'm pushing it )
Glad to see the trunk looking a whole lot cleaner on top at least haha. Just have to ask why you put the tank in the direct middle of your trunk, now you can't use any part of it for hauling stuff
The trunk is looking alot better, more then i expected lol. and the reason it is where it, just because of room in the spare wheel well,this was the best place for my set up, plus i can still use the trunk like normally.... but i rarely ever haul anything
and the new sticker was waiting when i arrived home from work