been awnsered- more trouble then its worth, blows seels........Originally posted by standin3d50@Sep 4 2005, 11:11 AM~3749531
I was asking how much psi I could put in my ShowTime Competition pump.
Does anyone up here charge there competition pumps with air? If so, does it help?
Originally posted by juggalo4life@Sep 3 2005, 10:34 PM~3747679
dont fuck with it.........
you want pressure...... lift car after bleeding the lines. lift it up then ut the plug in ( with teflon ) and then drop the car, thats all the pressure ( air ) you need. anything else your gonna have problems
COME ON HOMIE, YOU PLAYIN IT SAFE THATS ALL. IVE HAD FRIENDS LOOKING IN THE TRUNK AND AS SOON AS I STARTED ADDING PRESSURE THEY STTEPED BACK A COUPLE OF FEET"AT FIRST", NOW EVERYBODY IS DOING IT. AND ANOTHER THING, ADDING PRESSURE TO A REGULAR TANK OR A PISTON TANK IS THE SAME THING TO THE SEALS, SO YOUR SAYING ITS "SAFER" TO ADD 300 PSI TO A PISTON TANK THAN A REGULAR WITH 100 PSI, CAN THE SEALS TELL THE DIFFRENCE?????? AND HOW CAN YOU SAY YOUR FUCKINGUPSHIT IF YOUR CAR IS THERE SAFELY IN THE GRASS, LOOK AT MINE FOOL!! ARE YOU PLAYING GOLF?Originally posted by robocon@Sep 4 2005, 09:37 PM~3753223
^ this guys full of it , dont mess w/ air unless you have a piston pump ,it WILL blow your seals.
WHAT SHOULD I DO IF THE AIR LEAKS OUT, REMOVE THE PLUG AND LIFT THE CAR, THEN ADD TEFLON AND DROP IT AGAIN. THEN THE BEST THING YOU CAN DO IS PLUG YOUR TANK WITH A 3/8 CHECK VALVE TO ALLOW AIR IN AND NOT OUT.Originally posted by Volv_lo@Sep 4 2005, 11:05 PM~3753887
just enough air to compensate vacuum :biggrin: