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post #21 of 30 (permalink) Old 06-05-2020, 03:58 PM
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Have this under my seat with tire repair kit with it. Drivers seat that is.

Whichever pump you decide on DO NOT plug it into the glove box receptacle. I have a Powerlet/Hella plug that goes straight to battery (fused of course) with a 15 amp fuse. That should run most any pump out there.
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Have this under my seat with tire repair kit with it. Drivers seat that is.

Whichever pump you decide on DO NOT plug it into the glove box receptacle. I have a Powerlet/Hella plug that goes straight to battery (fused of course) with a 15 amp fuse. That should run most any pump out there.

As do I, both pump/repair kit and Powerlet-outlet
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Iíve got the naked aerostich compressor. If you got a heated gear lead, it will be fused high enough to support the pump.

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Now I need to get an inflator. Dam. One more thing.
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lightweight and portable. decently priced too!
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lightweight and portable. decently priced too!
Hmm, Li battery powered, 150 psi. Interesting.

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Measured it. The case without squeezing it measures 6x4x2. The pump itself is 4.25 x 3.64 x 1.75, so the case is not tight. I keep mine in the lowest "cut-out" of the plastic tray under rider's seat.. I was thinking about taking photo, but forgot the phone on the charger..
Thanks for doing that Carlson, I appreciate it. I asked StopNGo if their pumps were made is USA. They are not, and the guy that responded said that none are !
If he is right, and i have a hard time believing he is, then i guess im buying Chinese !

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Words of caution:

Air compressors get hot! Don't expect to be able to just chuck it back under the seat after use. Make preparations to hang it off the bike somewhere to allow it to cool off. Helmet locks are perfect for this.

Also, test your stuff! I replace my sticky strings and glue yearly. They get awfully hot under the seat. And I test my compressor every spring so there's no unpleasant surprise out on the road.

I have a Slime one under the seat. I'm not a gadget guy so I have no fusebox taking up space.
Good points Russ, thankyou.

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Hmm, Li battery powered, 150 psi. Interesting.
He held it in his hand the whole 1.5 minutes, so im assuming this one doesnt get hot either. Estimate it will take 2-3 times as long for a M/C rear tire as it did for that bicycle tire.

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The DYNAPLUG micro inflator V2 Air Pump Compressorhttp://www.dynaplug.com/microproinflator.html
Works out great for me, I just put it in a baggy to keep dry and then under the pillion seat between the two brackets that hold the seat in place. Just to see if it will work when needed, I let air out and the compressor took a little while, but did the job filing the tire back up.
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