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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-07-2012, 11:38 AM Thread Starter
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Compressor location

I know that it may have been discussed before but I do thank you for any input and or threads that you can give me.


Where to mount the air compressor for rear air ride on a 2011 Road Glide SE Ultra. It does have ABS. Any suggestions would be helpful...

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I know that it may have been discussed before but I do thank you for any input and or threads that you can give me.


Where to mount the air compressor for rear air ride on a 2011 Road Glide SE Ultra. It does have ABS. Any suggestions would be helpful...

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make a bracket and mount it in your fairing.

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thanks Franky, I did want to see where people are putting besides the fairing minimize the air hose length. If you can fab up a section under the seat.

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Mine had to go in the fairing due to ABS. It appears to be the cleanest location. If you put it in a saddlebag you will have to have a way to disconnect it when you remove a saddlebag. I don't think there is enough room under the seat or gas tank. You could possibly put it in the tour pack but if you ever decide to make it removable you will have to relocate it again. Good luck.

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My compressor is mounted in my fairing-I have Arnott the bracket that came with it you can drill 2 holes in your radio mount and use a couple spacers and bolts and it fits there fine, the relay is on right side under ABS
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