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blitzluft 1/2 air valves

Does anybody have any pictures of how to properly setup the dump and fill valves on the airbags? I have blitzluft 1/2 inch valves. also a description on how to wire them, thankz. Can the valves be remotely installed away from the bags?
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Re: blitzluft 1/2 air valves

http://www.suicidedoors.com/files/ho...ams/8valve.gif

That's a quick diagram for an 8 valve set up. Yes, you can mount your valves anywhere you want, they do not have to be near the bags.
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Re: blitzluft 1/2 air valves

Just noticed they don't have the wiring in there but basically your relay will have a positive, a ground and a lead wire to your switchbox. suicidedoors.com has the schematic for wiring the relays for the compressor, and the valves are similar. Go to the website and click the how-to link.
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Re: blitzluft 1/2 air valves

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http://www.suicidedoors.com/files/ho...ams/8valve.gif

That's a quick diagram for an 8 valve set up. Yes, you can mount your valves anywhere you want, they do not have to be near the bags.
they don't but the closer the valve is to the bag, the quicker it'll dump/fill
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Re: blitzluft 1/2 air valves

here's a diagram for a 10 switch box

http://www.layitlow.com/tech/switches_10.shtml
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Re: blitzluft 1/2 air valves

super simple, just run the hot wire from the switch, ground the valve to whatever you mount it to

i run all my valves ported right into the tank, which is in the bed, keep things together and easy to access for maintenance

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Re: blitzluft 1/2 air valves

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they don't but the closer the valve is to the bag, the quicker it'll dump/fill
true but if they are further away, your ride is a bit 'softer'. Either way, air moves fast enough...
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Re: blitzluft 1/2 air valves

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true but if they are further away, your ride is a bit 'softer'. Either way, air moves fast enough...
tru dat
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