Faster fill time
backup incase 1 compressor fails
will make your compressors run for less time = less heat produced = lower failure rate
More amperage draw on your charging system (battery & alternator)
A bit more noise produced
Fittings on tank can sometimes be hard to do depending on the tank style
So up to you, mind you I am running 3 x AZ OB2's so my opinion may be slightly biased
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and when you run dual comps you dont necessarily need two water traps, you can use some fittings to go from the braided line to regular airline and then use a Y Ptc to turn the two lines into one and then into the tank where you water trap would be mounted.
pretty much the moment i typed that the ups guy showed up! what luck. got some pics, im officially pumped. The rest should be ordered on monday like i said above.
dont mind the dirty trunk, before now it didnt matter
and im going to wait to build the frame and setup until my compressors and WTs come in, now that i decided to do dual compressors, the fitment is going to be real tight it looks like. Might have to bring it forward some, or possibly have it going vertical.
Yeah jettas have big spare well's so you chould be able to keep it pretty easy. **steve** has his manifolds and ecu in the spare well behind the spare, but im not sure if the wagons have a bigger spare well.
Nice! what management are you planning on going with? (sorry im too lazy to look up and read haha) Definitely 2 compressors are the way to go. It's so much more convenient and so much less of a hassle. Definitely worth the extra few bucks.
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