Ok, I have a question, my mom just bought an electric pump, it works on bikes, as well as cars...there is a gauge to show how much PSI is currently in the object it's pumping with about a 250PSI maximum, it was bought for $30. It is charged via eletric outlet and there is about a 2' hose that comes out of the front. My question is, (if I were able to...without both my parents killing me for doing it) do you think it would be a good idea...or even possible to hook it up to a Titan, (via gauge). I've done this before with a bike pump and it was very successful, but sadly, the bike pump didn't have a gauge and I pumped it 15-20 times and the compresser blew up.
Anyways, my question is, if I were able to find a way to connect the electrical pump to my Titan in a way that air wouldn't leak out (I connected the bike pump with super glue and hot glue...hey, it worked!) that would also be a smarter alternative, do you think it would work? And if it did work (or would work...because this is a concept) do you know how much PSI a Titan compressor could hold? or even if this is a smart idea? (I'm not sure if this helps, but today my mom asked me to pump the bike, usually when my bike gets flat it takes me 10-30 pumps from my bike pump to get it pumped, with the compressor, I got it pumped in a matter of seconds, and the gauge was functioning, I pumped it until the bike wheel was reading at 30PSI, although i'm not sure if that's too much...my mom said just to pump it more, so I did...)
EDIT: I don't really understand the (indent)(/indent) thing to make paragraphs (i'm not sure if these are what the paragraphs on the site are supposed to look like because i'm used to the format of [tab] then when the paragraph is done, [enter] but this (indent)(/indent) is confusing me, so can anyone PM me or post to tell how this works please? Thanks for your time!
Edited by Watari, 24 July 2008 - 08:49 PM.