Rocky Creek MotoPressor Pocket Pump.
The Pocket Pump is a custom built modified 12 volt motorcycle tyre inflator. It is capable of pumping up to 6,9 bars/100 Psi. It has no plastic housing which is mostly for cosmetic purposes and often blocks adequate cooling and limits performance. What it lacks in looks, it compensates for in performance and functionality and that is what you really need when you’re stranded in the middle of nowhere.
- Fully Portable Design
- 5 Year Warranty
- Heavy Duty Construction
- Runs Direct off battery
- Max pressure capacity of 6,9 bars (usefull when you need to push a bead back in the rim seat after a repair!)
The Rocky Creek Pocket Pump has a 2 m long power cord with an SAE connector on the end. The 62 cm long inflator hose has a hands free, screw on delivery valve that fits all motorcycles. Included is a battery cable with an SAE connector at the end for you to connect into. All this packs small into a heavy duty neoprene pouch.
MotoPressor Pocket Pump will pump the front tyre of your motorcycle from zero to approximately 2,2 bar / 32 PSI and the rear to around 1,9 bar / 28 PSI in two minutes (Tests run on a BMW R1200GS). The Pocket Pump is capable of pumping over 6,9 bar / 100 PSI! Use the MotoPressor Pocket Pump to inflate your tyres, anywhere, anytime, over and over again.
The CE approved MotoPressor Pocket Pump meets the requirements as set out in European Directives that cover health, safety and environmental protection legislation.
This product is covered by a FIVE YEAR WARRANTY!
This set includes;
- Motopressor Pocket pump with SAE connection cable
- Convenient neoprene bag
- SAE to battery terminals cable
- SAE to crocodile clamps cable
- User Instructions
Do not use this pump in a standard BMW accessory outlet, unless it is wired directly to the battery. The CAN-bus system monitors and limits the amperage of accessory outlets. A CAN-bus accessory outlet will automatically shut off the circuit and the MotoPressor will stop working. It is not the fault of the MotoPressor. If you have a CANbus equipped bike and you are not sure about using the accessory outlet, connect the supplied SAE cable with terminal connectors directly to your battery and use the SAE plug to power the pump.
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