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    SFZ used 3/8 tubing all around vs 1/4 tubing in some areas that up down air uses. I suspect this would limit the flow of airing up/down.


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    Quote Originally Posted by badandy1 View Post
    So are you saying you would or wouldn't buy that shit from Northridge. I cropped a pic so everyone would be able to identify with what I was inquiring about.
    I don't buy from northridge anymore, their prices are not great, you pay tax if you are a Wa. resident, and my last emails to customer service have been unanswered.

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    We are happy to answer any questions about our products. I havenít chimed in yet but find it interesting that a few companies have come to us to build them a system. Also we have had the engineer and the manufacture from the OPís first post contact us from China to see if we would like them to build our system. We said no!. The owner seams like a nice guy. He had to come find us a SEMA and see what our hype was about.....


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    Quote Originally Posted by Strike Force Zebra View Post
    We are happy to answer any questions about our products. I havenít chimed in yet but find it interesting that a few companies have come to us to build them a system. Also we have had the engineer and the manufacture from the OPís first post contact us from China to see if we would like them to build our system. We said no!. The owner seams like a nice guy. He had to come find us a SEMA and see what our hype was about.....


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    thatís all I needed to hear


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    Quote Originally Posted by JKbrick View Post
    thatís all I needed to hear


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    I canít say everything is made in the USA. Solenoids, pressure switch are not made in USA. We build everything we can here and itís 100% assembled here.


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    Iíve seen it up close at an expo and they demonstrated it for me. Based on what I saw and what Iíve seen of the SFZ setup, I definitely would go with SFZ.


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    Hey I just installed the UpDownAir system this weekend!

    If you have any specific questions feel free to ask me. I love it! From 30psi to 14 psi in about 5 minutes and back up to 30psi in about 9 minutes. No more sitting at each tire waiting for it to air up or down. Install was pretty straight forward and probably took me about 4 - 5 hours including installing a new dual arb air compressor and getting it all wired up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badandy1 View Post
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    I'm curious if anyone out here has this system on their rig? If so, any input would be awesome.
    Thanks in advance!
    I have the system and it works great!
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    Looks pretty good however SFZ doesnít add any additional components in the engine bay like this. I can still run my Dual ARB compressor in the Engine Bay where itís much quieter. And changing PSI preference is as simple and pushing a button, no fiddling with a manual dial.


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    Just my 2 cents.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuelh3 View Post
    Looks pretty good however SFZ doesnít add any additional components in the engine bay like this. I can still run my Dual ARB compressor in the Engine Bay where itís much quieter. And changing PSI preference is as simple and pushing a button, no fiddling with a manual dial.


    IMG_0306.jpg


    Just my 2 cents.


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    The UpDownAir system also mounts in the engine bay, right next to a dual ARB setup. You set the pressure once and don't have to worry about it again.
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