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So does anybody have one yet or has anybody ordered one yet? I was all about engine driven until I talked to Jason about those. They seem pretty nice except for the fact they are 2 feet long!. Oh well I guess I will just find a way to squeeze it all in the front of my bed:). Im thinking about ordering the XD2000 within the next month or two. Let me know what you guys think!-Jason
 
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Yea thats what i had ready also, but then if you talk to Jason(and read his description on them) it kinda changes your mind on it. He said that yes they do pull quite a bit but not for very long. Regular compressors pull not as much but they pull it alot longer. I know the more expensive one pulls less power though.
 

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Yea thats what i had ready also, but then if you talk to Jason(and read his description on them) it kinda changes your mind on it. He said that yes they do pull quite a bit but not for very long. Regular compressors pull not as much but they pull it alot longer. I know the more expensive one pulls less power though.
EDIT: That was me(Nightrider05)..forgot I wasnt signed in.
 

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Well I just figured I would update this since the compressor is installed. It is definately sweet. I did go ahead and add a Red Top in the bed to help keep the compressor running but it only has to run about 1 minute to fill the tank completely. In my opinion it was definately worth it!
 

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Hey guys, I'm actually trying to convert my (2) viar 50 compresor. I burned one of them up over the w\end.... DAMNIT! So my "baby" has been parked since. I want to know was the installation hard, is it a do-it-yourself type of thing, is there a lot of additional equipment 2 buy, is this a high maintenece conversion, PLEASE anyone let me know and if its worth it, what type of compressor would yall reccommend for 3\8" lines, and 2 5gal. tanks, I NEED SOME HELP!!! Leave a # and i'll call, thanx fellas...
 
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