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Old 08-04-19
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Default Slime power pro 2x tyre inflator

Just got tbis from BCF for $100.

Its in Supercheap for $200. Its on the slime website for $110(uncertain which currency).

Immediate rivals for the money were the 160L/min 150psi compressors which were all much bigger, heavier or more expensive (often similar $$).

This one is 50L/min but rated to 150psi. Has all the usual saftey features.

PROs: smaller size, great carry case, comparably quiet, robust.

Cons: not used it properly yet. Will update when i get a chance. Slower L/min = longer pump times required.
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What is your expectation of performance and longevity?

According to the Slime specifications,
https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/22...36004092749048

It has a run time of 10 minutes and a cool down time of 25 minutes.
It's output is 1.9CFM at 0psi but no details on output at 35psi.
Claims to inflate a tyre from 0psi to 35psi in 2 minutes with a caveat (*Defined as time to fill a P195/65 R15 car tire from 0psi to 35psi)

Does it have the capacity to inflate 4x 265/60R-18 tyre's from 15psi to 35psi in the 10 minute claimed duty cycle? Maybe but for how long?

For about 4x the amount of cash you can get an ARB compressor that will out perform and outlast by a factor of 100 or many more times.

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