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    It’s been awhile but really close...
    Have a few kinks to iron out(remote for air). Crash bars are used as tanks.
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    Chrome frame,Chrome belly pan,Chrome DLP swingarm, 10" wheel w/300 Avon,Chrome one piece fork tubes,Chrome front and rear brake calipers,Chrome Galfer wave brake rotors,Chrome Sumo-x 9 deg trees, 26" front wheel, Front and Rear air ride, Corbin heated seats, HID projection headlamp conversion, Six channel Led system.

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    Nice thinking outside the box

    Post a video of how fast it fills the bladder to lift the bike and then how long it takes to fill the crashbars if you could.

    Also if you could give some detail on that gauge id really appreciate it..... What im most interested in about it is how it reacts while the bike is moving. Does it fluctuate rapidly with every bump or does it have some type of dampening valve/circuit that gives you a More Stable/steady reading? Ive been contemplating installing a gauge set for my bleed/feed air ride but i cant decided on which gauge to install. Most Digital gauges ive experienced fluctuate so quickly through the numbers you cant make any sense of them unless you are stopped. Its because of this that the Oil filled analog style have been so Heavily recommended for Me to go with. Its said they will be the most "Readable" while traveling at speed even though they will still fluctuate! But I like the Digital look much more then the analog and thats before taking into consideration of how much more Tech can be fitted into 1 gauge which we can see an example of in your picture that shows both front and rear readings. Anyway anything that you could offer, good or bad, about the gauge in the picture would be Awesome.

    Thanks for posting
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    Love the bike, great work. And smart using the engine guards for air tanks. What system did you go with?

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    Are you also doing front air ride?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyingCircus View Post
    Love the bike, great work. And smart using the engine guards for air tanks. What system did you go with?
    The back is Airnott and Front AirFx.
    Chrome frame,Chrome belly pan,Chrome DLP swingarm, 10" wheel w/300 Avon,Chrome one piece fork tubes,Chrome front and rear brake calipers,Chrome Galfer wave brake rotors,Chrome Sumo-x 9 deg trees, 26" front wheel, Front and Rear air ride, Corbin heated seats, HID projection headlamp conversion, Six channel Led system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chilly Rock View Post
    Are you also doing front air ride?
    Yep, been working on it for awhile. I waned no tanks that show and a gauge to figure my exact ride. Only one thing left, send wheels to Andy for lights lol.
    Chrome frame,Chrome belly pan,Chrome DLP swingarm, 10" wheel w/300 Avon,Chrome one piece fork tubes,Chrome front and rear brake calipers,Chrome Galfer wave brake rotors,Chrome Sumo-x 9 deg trees, 26" front wheel, Front and Rear air ride, Corbin heated seats, HID projection headlamp conversion, Six channel Led system.

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    Slow progress. But getting closer.
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    Chrome frame,Chrome belly pan,Chrome DLP swingarm, 10" wheel w/300 Avon,Chrome one piece fork tubes,Chrome front and rear brake calipers,Chrome Galfer wave brake rotors,Chrome Sumo-x 9 deg trees, 26" front wheel, Front and Rear air ride, Corbin heated seats, HID projection headlamp conversion, Six channel Led system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IKNOWP View Post
    Slow progress. But getting closer.
    Cool, let me know when its finished so I can check it out. Have you considered adding a center stand while you're at it?

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    Are you building a instant up kit?


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    Quote Originally Posted by RUBZERK View Post
    Are you building a instant up kit?

    What are you using for the air tank?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poseidon View Post
    What are you using for the air tank?
    Paintball tank tucked under the shortie exhaust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RUBZERK View Post
    Paintball tank tucked under the shortie exhaust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RUBZERK View Post
    Are you building a instant up kit?

    Yes... using crash bar for tank.
    Chrome frame,Chrome belly pan,Chrome DLP swingarm, 10" wheel w/300 Avon,Chrome one piece fork tubes,Chrome front and rear brake calipers,Chrome Galfer wave brake rotors,Chrome Sumo-x 9 deg trees, 26" front wheel, Front and Rear air ride, Corbin heated seats, HID projection headlamp conversion, Six channel Led system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IKNOWP View Post
    Yes... using crash bar for tank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chilly Rock View Post
    Cool, let me know when its finished so I can check it out. Have you considered adding a center stand while you're at it?
    Yeah I made one but it was very unstable for me.
    Chrome frame,Chrome belly pan,Chrome DLP swingarm, 10" wheel w/300 Avon,Chrome one piece fork tubes,Chrome front and rear brake calipers,Chrome Galfer wave brake rotors,Chrome Sumo-x 9 deg trees, 26" front wheel, Front and Rear air ride, Corbin heated seats, HID projection headlamp conversion, Six channel Led system.

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