How long does a nitro bottle useally last. How many up and downs? What I'm saying is that I never used it and have only installed compressor and tank setups. If the bottle doesn't last long it could get expensive quick filling the bottle all the time.
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ok guys, the nitro bottle is about 3-4 ft long and when i fill my tank up to 150 psi i can only go up and down about 3 times, i have only up and down for the back and front and im running 2 electric 3/8 valves (MAC's) and there 3 way, i just got the truck and i have no compressors and a small( probly 5 gallon tank) i would much rather run compressors and more valves, my truck is body dropped 4 inches and is bagged front and back with 2500's and 2600's, i really dont like the nitrogen and iwould love to get rid of it. thanks for all the help guys
you can only go up and down 3 times and your nitro bottle is empty or your tank is empty? if your TANK is empty, that's how it's supposed to be... its only a 5 gallon tank. your nitro probably isnt hooked up right.
wanna sell them orangesonoma? and yes i do apreciate all the advice CAB so dont make accusations bro. everyone that has posted did nothing but help me. i just really dont see the need in the nitrogen for what i want. i would kill for a compressor and sum valvesright now, lol....
I'm just confused on your setup. You've not really explained it all that well. Seriously with the nitrogen setup you should be able to go up and down more than 3 times. Sounds to me as though the nitrogen bottle isn't being filled properly or you've got a severe leak somewheres.
If you want to get some compressors, I'd go with some viair 450s and have them dual feed your 5 gal tank or even a 12 gal tank.
Its on YouTube by turnin rust. Its an hr long and they go into good detail of bagging and ls swap its a 52 body on a s10 frame. Its called
Slamming the gmc on custom air-ride|1952 gmc 3100 restoration part 3|turnin rust