Direct cables to the battery. Keep your vehicle on while you run the compressor. That way you will be sure not to drain it out.How do you run the compressor? Direct cables to the battery? I'm thinking this would be easiest but I don't want to destroy my battery.
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NICE, I read a review on the single and the V Twin and they are/were the best of the best, I wish Warn still made them because even the single is better than anything else on the market. Your a lucky man having one of those, Major Thumbs Up.Warn use to make a seriously powerful V-Twin but they were Mega Bucks but they stopped making them a few years ago. The Down side was it needed 2 people to carry it and it needed about 150-180 Amp Alternator to power the thing and it was the size of a 40Qt Cooler.
This is the single cylinder version of the big-ass Warn. Delivers 12cfm free air flow, runs like a champ. I don't have to carry it around because it fits between the grill and the radiator on my 3G Dodge gasser. And it's only the size of a 28qt cooler.
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The person doing the tests is Mark Allen and he is a member here and he has done a few Compressor Tests n the past few years, this test was done around 8 or so years ago and as newer models have come out he has tested them also and he has done tests on Fridge and a heap of other gear so it is worth keeping an eye out for his Articles/Posts, But the Warn SPI ( your one ) and the Warn VTC are top of the list in the test.Your a lucky man having one of those, Major Thumbs Up.
Thanks. I came within a fraction of an inch of fitting the two-cylinder in that spot, but to clear the hood latch I would have had to reroute some A/C lines and I just wasn't willing to do that. At the time I did that installation, the only other readily available compressor in the same league was the Oasis, but I couldn't find one at a price I could tolerate. The Warn was under $500 on a Christmas sale. No-brainer at that price.
Please tell me which model you bought. The puma seems to come in different capacitiesI have been running a 12v twin tank puma for the last 4-5years. It has not let me down. I bought it originally for my rock crawler running 39" tires and now it it sits in my truck . If i where to to do it all over again, i would have bought the compressor without the tanks for easier storage
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