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Old 02-23-2012, 09:38 AM   #1
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Anyone got a video of one of these installed? Curious how fast the valve block is compared to an accuair. Or, does anyone have a video of the SMC valve blocks? Im assuming they are quicker than either 8 valve manifold, but I've never seen them in operation.
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Re: Asco Manifold

I don't have a manifold but I have their valves and they are good quality
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Old 03-12-2012, 12:41 PM   #4
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Anyone running the asco manifold?
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alot of it depends on the set up to.. such as line size, if there are any reducers.. etc
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I was planning on 1/2" line, no reducers.
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Well u won't be able to tell which is faster.. They are both around the same. Bag size and type make a difference too
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Re: Asco Manifold

We use ASCOs at work. They work well on our water treatment systems. Not sure how they'd hold up to the elements on a daily driven vehicle though
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Re: Asco Manifold

I had the asco manifold valves on a s-10 I use to have, but they wasn't ganged together because I noticed the closest corner would go up first and the furthest would always be way slower. In the rear I mounted them directly to the bag and in the front I mounted them on the top of the frame rail with about a foot of line. I used 1/2" line. I loved them,min were super reliable, they didnt bleed off, they was really fast being that close , and when you release air they don't just drop all the sudden . You can gradually let air out. I'm going to put them on my show truck when I get it back together.
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I have Asco valves on my truck, drove it through the winter once too and they are awesome, never had any issues with them and have had the setup for 4 yrs now
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