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post #1 of 10 Old 04-30-2012, 01:52 PM Thread Starter
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F/B to FBSS help?

I know the general concept of this, but a little clarification would really help. From my tank, I have 1/2" air lines that runs to a T fitting into 3/8" lines... One for the front and back. I know I would need 4 more valves, but how would I go about running the air lines and wiring? Does anyone have any wiring diagrams or FBSS diagrams?

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Re: F/B to FBSS help?

the easiest way would be to just ditch the airline you already have. then run 4 strands of airline coming off the tank. 1 for each corner. to wire it. you just ground all the grounds and run the possitive of all the valves to the proper wire on the switchbox

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Re: F/B to FBSS help?

Thanks! and in terms of making sure all the bags are evenly filled, would i need a digital management set up? or would the bags just naturally fill to the same pressure? (obviously when hitting a switch wired to more than one bag)
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Re: F/B to FBSS help?

Thanks! and in terms of making sure all the bags are evenly filled, would i need a digital management set up? or would the bags just naturally fill to the same pressure? (obviously when hitting a switch wired to more than one bag)
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Re: F/B to FBSS help?

digital or just use 2 dual needle gauges.....they'll be close but mine never filled the same on the drivers side cause of me and the gas tank all on that side....always had to tweak it a bit

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Re: F/B to FBSS help?

best way to make sure the 2 fronts are evenly filled is to make sure the airline coming from the valves to the bags is the EXACT same length. and same for the 2 rears. and then if you run gauges that will just verify that everything is where you want it to be

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Re: F/B to FBSS help?

i got the same problem i just got a bagged sdime with 2 380 compressers 5 gallon tank and has 2 valves im want to know how many switches i can add
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i got the same problem i just got a bagged sdime with 2 380 compressers 5 gallon tank and has 2 valves im want to know how many switches i can add
2 valves? Do you only have the front or rear bagged? If so then just 1 up/down
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yep bagged front and back and the bitch lays frame and just 2 valves. i dunno nothin i just baught it like that lol
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Re: F/B to FBSS help?

Are you sure there's only two? I couldn't imagine only have all up and all down. Can you make the front and the rear dump/fill independently?
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2 valves??? how is that even possible?

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Re: F/B to FBSS help?

you have 2 "pairs" of valves. do your homework. you can add as many switches as you want depends on what your wanting to achieve, but again do your homework.

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