Stop & Go Portable Mini-Air Compressor

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Description

The new Stop & Go Portable Mini-Air Compressor measures only 4in x 2in x 6in making it possible to be carried on virtually any motorcycle scooter or ATV. The built-in gauge allows you to observe the increased pressure with a reading up to 50 psi. read more

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$37.95 $35.95

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Description

It also comes with a built-in LED light letting you know that it is receiving power and helps you connect to the tire valve after dark. Your motorcycle tire will be fully inflated in less than 10 minutes. You’ll also have the ability to inflate sports balls and camping equipment.

Product contents:

  • Compressor unit 12V
  • Built-in LED light
  • Built-in gauge 0-50 psi
  • 4in tire valve hose
  • 66in power cord
  • 12in extension alligator clips
  • 36in extension lighter adapter
  • Sports needle adapter
  • Inflatable adapter
  • Complete instructions
  • Rugged zippered carry case

Measures 4″ x 2″ x 6″ weighs 14 oz.

Part Numbers

Our part number: SNG.RCP
Manufacturer Number: 0363-0040

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  1. Blues Hurler

    Works as advertised

    Blues Hurler

    one of the features that I like is that the chuck screws onto your tire valve so you don’t have to hold it on. This makes it quite easy to fill the tire as you just screw on the chuck, press the button to start the pump and you can sit in the shade while it does all the work. The only issue I had with it was that when I tried to use it through the 12 volt socket on the dash of my V-Strom 1000, it blew the fuse because it draws a lot more than a 3 amp fuse can handle, so my recommendation is to use the alligator clips directly to your battery. If you have a battery tender permanently installed, all the better as you can just use that for power. So far I’ve just used it to air up my tires after airing them down for some off-road riding, and it performed that task quite quickly. Does a plastic housing, so we will see how sturdy that is over time, but I keep it in the case under my seat which is quite convenient. It’s a fairly small package. Also note that you should care of your own tire pressure gauge as the one on my compressor is off by at least a couple of pounds. Overall though, for the money, I’m pretty pleased with it.

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  2. PhotoPuck

    Small, works well

    PhotoPuck

    It’s smaller that you might think it to be and easily fits into odd spaces in a gear bag or toolbox or frunk. Screw chuck, so you don’t have to hold it. There’s a polarity issue with the LED so it did not work with my battery tender cable, though a note inside says if the cable’s polarity is “correct” the LED will work. Seriously though I didn’t buy it for the LED, I bought it to check and inflate tires.

    Docked a star because though the PSI gauge is correct when first attached (as verified with another gauge), it reads 4 pounds higher once you start the pump. So you have to inflate to recommended PSI+4 to get the right tire pressure. Easy to compensate for once you know what is happening, but until you do your tires will be a little soft.

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  3. PhotoPuck

    Small, works well

    PhotoPuck

    It’s smaller that you might think it to be and easily fits into odd spaces in a gear bag or toolbox or frunk. Screw chuck, so you don’t have to hold it. There’s a polarity issue with the LED so it did not work with my battery tender cable, though a note inside says if the cable’s polarity is “correct” the LED will work. Seriously though I didn’t buy it for the LED, I bought it to check and inflate tires.

    Docked a star because though the PSI gauge is correct when first attached (as verified with another gauge), it reads 4 pounds higher once you start the pump. So you have to inflate to recommended PSI+4 to get the right tire pressure. Easy to compensate for once you know what is happening, but until you do your tires will be a little soft.

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  4. Euclides

    Euclides

    I haven’t had a chance to actually use this product since it just stopped working for no reason on the very first time I tried to use it. I’m very disappointed

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  5. Euclides

    Euclides

    I haven’t had a chance to actually use this product since it just stopped working for no reason on the very first time I tried to use it. I’m very disappointed

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  6. James

    Works exactly as described.

    James

    Compact size fits under saddle. Connects easily and inflates accurately when tested (and compensated) with dial indicator gauge.

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