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    Default Accuair VU4 valve

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    Does anybody use the Accuair VU4 valves? i see they only make 3/8" Can you get fast fill with this valve? I don't want to hop, but i would like a fast fill up. Can anyone provide some reviews?

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    none of these compact manifolds set ups are going to move fast.
    i have a full size truck bagged with a V2 3/8 and there is nothing fast about it.
    the rear goes up alot quicker than the front tho, so if your car or truck is light it might move alittle faster...
    but dont expect a snap up....

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    Quote Originally Posted by celflex View Post
    none of these compact manifolds set ups are going to move fast.
    i have a full size truck bagged with a V2 3/8 and there is nothing fast about it.
    the rear goes up alot quicker than the front tho, so if your car or truck is light it might move alittle faster...
    but dont expect a snap up....
    He is 100% right
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    airmaxxx 1_2 manifold valve block with logo.jpgIf you want a fast valve you can use one of this Airmaxxx manifold valves., they have 1/2npt ports.
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    thanks for the information.

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    where can i get the airmaaxx valves?

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    Don't quote me but I think airbagit.com has them.
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    http://store.airslamit.com/1-2-manifold-air-valve.html


    Its not the same as the airbagit one.
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    thanks

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    I suggest you stick with a reputable valve manufacturer. You need to decide if you want a manifold valve or individual valves and plumb them. Asco, SMC and Parker are a few individual valves but they require fittings to get it all worked out. All those fittings take time to install properly make it easier to end up with leaks. Manifolds are quick to plumb and will be much easier to keep leak free. Research that before you decide which route to go.
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