VIAIR 100 Series Air Compressors Customer Reviews
6 Customer Reviews
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When you need air for a quick job, use the VIAIR 100 Series Air Compressor to get the job done. Powered by an oil-less motor, it generates a maximum of 130 psi with a 15% duty cycle—allowing it to run for about six minutess
The high-performance PTFE piston ring, stainless steel valves, and moisture and grit resistance ensures that this tough compressor runs smooth for years. Never fear overheating—your VIAIR 100 Series Air Compressor has an automatic reset thermal overload protector. And, there are 3 styles to choose from. Each one comes with all the necessary mounting hardware, and a 1-year warranty.
6 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Rusty L (Graham, NC) — Nov 22, 2008 6:09 PM
I just put it on my Dragcar, it is working good. Only time I use it is when in the staging lanes and the tire go down a little.Had alot of people ask me about it might want to become a dealer on the east coast for your company. Maybe you guys want to sponsor a race car driver. I finished 4th at one track and 5th at the other track, first year driving. Just think VIAIR down the side of my dragster, also going to run IHRA and NHRA this year coming. Thank you for your time. Thank for the product. Rusty
Reviewed by Gary W (Brentwood, TN) Reviewed for a 2004 Ford Thunderbird — Aug 16, 2007 6:54 AM
What a mighty mite! This little gem fills a ballast tank of air to run my airhorns to 100 lbs in 45 seconds where it's predecessor took 3 minutes. AutoAnything gave a prompt delivery, good price and good product. A very worthy company. Thanks! Dr. G.
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Asked by Dan R.
Oct 24, 2010 11:47 AM
2011 GMC Sierra
Want to use this compressor to air up my air bags on pick up when towing 5th wheel. Do I need an air tank or can I just turn it on and use a tire infrlator righ off the compressor?
Answered by Jordan C. — Nov 11, 2010 9:11 AM
Hey Dan, Yes, you can use this compressor with an inflater attachment to fill your airbags without having an air tank. You'd just have to crawl around under your chassis every time you want to air up. The advantage of an air tank really comes in if you're putting together an in-cab air control system for making on-the-fly adjustments to your air suspension. But if you don't need that kind of setup, then the air tank isn't necessary.flag Accept Answer