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Not keen on running lines under the car, drop it on a funny surface and easily cut a line!

Where are yours run? I have always wondered where people put them :P

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The airlines have been run down through the spare wheel well along next to the brake lines over the arb then to the front bags they are all out the way and won't get caught or damaged

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Bravo pat your certificate made me chuckle :lol:

i know i do try my hardest

okay noobie question with air, if your compressor fails, or you say get a leak, or like any damage does you car just suddenly drop and start scraping the deck?? :P

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if the compressor fails if you still have air in the tank then it should be fine, if you get a leak and the compressor works im guessing you can just keep filling it with air to keep it up not quite sure

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If compressor fails or you remove the tank, In mine the switches have non-return valves so will not loose pressure! Just down press the down button ;)

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see thats something ive never understood could you get a leak and the car just drop and start scrapping the deck

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see thats something ive never understood could you get a leak and the car just drop and start scrapping the deck

Well like anything, you could cut a brake line and not be able to stop! All about protecting the lines, the attachments are solid, so wont leak from there!

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So.... Where are you lines routed James :P?

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Ah right :) that has always intrigued me and now i know :P

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Ah right :) that has always intrigued me and now i know :P

then do you drill though the floor to the bags?

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now bare in mind i still need a notch but this is where it currently sits, will get better pic 2mo

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i love your car mate :)

PLEASE COME BLUEWATER MEET 6th!

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i may do depends what ive got on then :)

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Need better pics but that looks sweeeeeet :D

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Will have some up later sits higher oneside due to the smaller driveshaft notchings being done next week and for me to get it lower will mean more arch rolling and other stuff which I don't have the funds for atm but im happy with it subframes about 10mm off the floor

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That'll do for now, nice work mate :thumbsup:

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Cheers koop, got a small problem with it atm..... Leak from somewhere :(

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More pics dude :)

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Cheers koop, got a small problem with it atm..... Leak from somewhere :(

Nooooooo :( Hope it doesn't take you too long to sort it dude

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Ive got more pics to load later piers unless you want to add me on Facebook Liam Richardson :)

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airtankplacement.jpg

placement2.jpg

clearance.jpg

cant get my finger under the subframe and it still needs a notch ;)

and how it sits

sittingpretty.jpg

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Nice man! I'm loving the positioning of the tank bro!

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