Misfit D-Bomb Tank. All The Air You Need To Adjust Your Bagger Ride Height.

MisfitTank1New from Misfit Industries comes the latest in air systems. The D-Bomb 200 psi air tank. It comes with all the mounting gear needed to install it right under the left saddlebag for a custom concealed look. Mifit mentioned to me that they opted for a round shape with absolutely no square edges to prevent the pressure vessel failure encountered on some other air systems.

MisfitTank2MisfitTank3The D-Bomb tank has a 200psi capability, features two 1/8 inch NPT female ports and high domed caps, seamless tubing, and comes complete with mini valves for front and rear air ride, pressure switch and all the necessary lines and fittings. This little tank supplies all the air pressure you need to achieve the correct ride height you are after. Every unit is pressure tested and Made In The USA. MSRP $825. Order at Misfit Industries.

6 Responses to “Misfit D-Bomb Tank. All The Air You Need To Adjust Your Bagger Ride Height.”

  1. 1 Johnny Feb 7th, 2014 at 10:53 am

    What about clearance when turning left. No extended bags, I guess…

  2. 2 BigAlyts Feb 8th, 2014 at 8:22 am

    This system becomes how much at the end of the Day installed?

  3. 3 Gio Santa Mamba Feb 9th, 2014 at 2:06 pm

    I think it should be place inside at the bottom of the left saddlebag instead… just a common sense thought ..

  4. 4 Sam Feb 9th, 2014 at 4:58 pm

    Johnny, was wondering if an extended bag might clear and run a two-into-one exhaust?

  5. 5 Chris Moos Feb 9th, 2014 at 11:26 pm

    Gio we sell a tank to run in your bags as well. It’s called the Torpedo. Fits in the bag no sweat.
    The D-Bomb fits inside the void between your extended bag side and your swing arm. Both tanks work with stock or extended bags. Both products in stock and available on our website. http://Www.MisfitIndustries.net

  6. 6 Chris Moos Feb 9th, 2014 at 11:33 pm

    The D-Bomb is not for bikes running dual exhaust. This unit mounts in the left exhaust bracket and clamps to the bag rail. Clearing the bag and providing you with enough air to get your bike up and down four times. Plenty of volume to get up on demand and take off.

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