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    Bike pump to Titan intake connection

    invin
    invin


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    Join date : 2010-11-29
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    Post  invin Mon Dec 20, 2010 4:33 am

    Hey all,

    After a little bit of exploring around the internets, I can't seem to find a good guide as to how to fit off the
    connection between a bike pump (currently have the nozzle that you slide over the bike's valve and uses the leaver
    on the back to tighten the fitting to the valve) and the Titans air tank intake valve.

    Just wondering if someone has completed the Titan bike pump mod?

    If so, how did you go about connecting/fixing off the bike pumps nozzle to the intake valve on the Titans air tank?

    Also if anyone has any suggestions in general for this mod, it would be much appreciated!

    Thanks.
    keychane
    keychane


    Posts : 20
    Join date : 2009-11-13
    Age : 30
    Location : Adelaide

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    Post  keychane Sat Dec 25, 2010 1:25 pm

    I used an old RF20 pump as a replacement but for price sake look at AJ's Mega Raider mods V.1 and V.2 because he uses bike pump for them. Good Luck
    TheBradl3s
    TheBradl3s
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    Location : The Awesome Adelaide!!!!!!! Rank: Goblin Welder

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    Post  TheBradl3s Tue Dec 28, 2010 1:27 pm

    Okey dokey, hopefully this should help, go to an automotive shop (ie Repco, super cheap auto etc.) and pick yourself up a packet of tubeless tire valves, they look like this and have a hole in the back where you can stick some vinyl tubing and epoxy that in and then just use the vinyl tubing to connect to the intake valves of the titan and then find somewhere to put the valve or just have it hanging off and from there you can attach a bike pump. you could also position this anywhere to suit what kind of pump... or car air compressor you are using. here are some pics.

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    Note: yes I know I used a lot of hot glue lol

    anyway hope this helps

    - Brad



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