Product ID: SIN01 Category: Accessories General
Sin City - Air Ride Suspension
Description: Sin City - "Sinnister" Air Ride System for the VTX1800 (all) and VTX1300 (all). This system was designed for the VTX by the technicians at Sin City Cycle for Viking Motorcycle. Don't be fooled by overpriced Imitations...buy the original. The system will go from 9 1/4 inches flat to 11 1/4 inches full and can be used anywhere in between. Comes complete with compressor, switch, dump valve, air hose and fittings. Whether you ride a tricked out 240 custom or a Retro style low-rider...this system will make your bike stand out from all others. Systems are in stock.
Sale Price: $799.95
There is a place called Bobstar Customs that will make the plates and install a push button air ride suspension for around $1300. They are located in Hendersonville,Tn. They do custom work and have done alot of Yamaha choppers and even a Tn Titans theme bike. I was in their shop one day and saw these bikes. Thats when he give me the ballpark figure on the air ride suspension but I'm not sure the brand of system.
Check out Arnott Adjustable Air Suspension - They are forum sponsors and make a complete kit that is backed by free tech support, install manual with wiring diagram and a Lifetime Warranty (for as long as you own the bike). Current kit uses Bilstein Shocks that were valved for the VTX and are paired with Goodyear multi-ply air springs. the kit has a ViAir compressor, cast aluminum distribution valve with muffler to control how fast the air comes out, includes relay, fuse, toggle switch and everything needed for a fast install including a
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