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styletruck

 
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HOW EFFICIENT IS THE YORK COMPRESSOR AND WHAT IS IT'S OUTPUT? ARE THERE CUSTOM MOUNTS AVAILABLE FOR AN S-10?
Chris MCCOMBS

 
Joined: 10/18/2003
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THEY PUT OUT BOUT 8 CFM. THERE ARE MANY AFTERMARKET BRAKETS FOR S-10'S
Chris MCCOMBS

 
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styletruck

 
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Is there anywhere specific to go for a York Compressor bracket to fit a 97 S-10 4.3l? Is the York a good solution for a daily dragger?
drupru22 drupru22

 
Joined: 11/27/2003
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Check out suicidedoors.com, they sell an entire kit. OR go to airliftcompany.com if your just looking for a bracket.
James Mayes

 
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york EDC is the only way to go on a daily
Josh podesto

 
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If you r gonna get a compressor of of another car like an old jeep or volvo there are a couple different models check this website out. http://www.jedi.com/obiwan/jeep/yorkair.html
AirRideTalk dot com

 
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Its pretty efficient, as long as you maintain the compressor and keep the proper oil level in it. You never want it over filled with oil, nor do you want it under filled. Right in the middle is good, around 8-10oz. The easiest thing to do on a 4.3 S10 is to buy brackets from Suicidedoors.com (way cheaper than airlift), and get a Mini209 from a junkyard. Lots of early 80's Audi's have them, the 4000s in particular. Their output is 100% dependent on engine speed and pressure. The faster your engine is going, the faster the compressor will output. I wouldn't ever run an engine driven without some sort of electric backup however. If you piece together your own kit, you're looking at around $400 for everything, right around the cost of two Viair compressors, or cheaper if you get the Dual packs. However the benefits of always having air are oh so good. Check out http://www.airridetalk.com/tutorials/tutorials/air-on-demand/
DUTN

 
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Originally posted by styletruck HOW EFFICIENT IS THE YORK COMPRESSOR AND WHAT IS IT we sell a complete kit with everything you need, heres the link https://store.gaugemagazine.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=1519
Chris Allred

 
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Posted 4/7/2007 via Website

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You can get them at the junk yard for $20 here. I built my own bracket out of steel I had laying around. I machined my own fittings that go into the top of the pump out of some aluminum so I could run 1/2" npt fittings instead of the barb fittings that come on them. I've had my york for around 4-5 years now with no problems. IMO no electric compressor can keep up with a york. Keep the proper oil level in it and your good. Thats the only compressor I run, no back electric or any of that bussiness.
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