Switched power wouldn't be a bad idea. Most of the time when you are going to want to use the remote, you will know to leave the power on. Just power the system down when it will truly be unattended. It will not air up or down (unless you have a leak) with the power off. I tried!Thanks Sean, this helps a lot! :bigthumbsup:
As for 1 & 2: Yes, we do have the compressor in the same (most obvious) place. I'm going to attempt to move the valves to the lefthand side (if I can get the air lines off). Maybe that'll give me enough space to fit the stebel back on the righthand side. If not, I'll look for some different for the horn.
3. Makes sense, haven't unpacked my Fuzeblock yet and wasn't aware of its ratings. Little background for this question: I was considering putting the air ride on a switched power supply. That way the system is unpowered when I leave the bike parked and unattended, and kids (or even big kids) decide to play with the switches. Switched power would kinda defeat the purpose of the remote though..
Makes me wonder what would happen to the system when it's pumped up and power is removed. Deflate or stay the same? Gonna try that out tomorrow
4. Gonna get the red lego thingy, thanks for the link! Actually had the chrome bracket in the kit, but my mind never came up with the idea to use it for the switches .. doh!