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Old 11-06-2017, 10:57 PM   #1
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New! AccuAir releases pre-order on Endo-CVT

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AccuAir has now released their CVT (Compressor-Valve-Tank) in the Endo series of tanks. Right now they are only available on a pre-order, and begin shipping in February. These will go fast, so make sure to hop on our website and get yours today! Below is some pricing, and feel free to ask us any questions you have and be glad to help.

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Endo-CVT (For existing VT tanks): $700
Endo-CVT Tank: $1,399
Endo-CVT Air Management Package w/ E-Levl: $2,595


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Old 11-07-2017, 12:54 AM   #2
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Re: New! AccuAir releases pre-order on Endo-CVT

I have an old style Accuair E-Level system but would like to upgrade to the CVT with the compressors in the tank
Can I just add the new tank to my old system
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Old 11-07-2017, 01:31 AM   #3
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Re: New! AccuAir releases pre-order on Endo-CVT

Yep, you sure can. In your case, you would just go with the Endo-CVT by itself.
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Old 11-08-2017, 02:13 PM   #4
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Re: New! AccuAir releases pre-order on Endo-CVT

Just to confirm.
All my electrical connections will plug into the new tank.
Just need the ENDO-CVT at $1399.00
Thank you for your help
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Old 11-08-2017, 02:17 PM   #5
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Re: New! AccuAir releases pre-order on Endo-CVT

The CVT for $1,399 will be the tank with compressor and valve. It will have a pig tail to splice into for your E-level. They do it this way, since they don't know which valves you will have control with corners. If the (2) lefts will be from one side of the tank, or one from each.

As for the compressor wiring, it will have a pig tail, but will still need your main wiring components to hook up to the battery. Just like before with the external compressors. Or can do the power wire kit.
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Re: New! AccuAir releases pre-order on Endo-CVT

So what is the Pre Order turn around time showing on a ENDO-CVT?

Have been waiting for the unit to get some production time behind it and was wondering if they have been shipping on a regular basis yet.
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Old 07-02-2018, 04:33 PM   #7
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So what is the Pre Order turn around time showing on a ENDO-CVT?

Have been waiting for the unit to get some production time behind it and was wondering if they have been shipping on a regular basis yet.
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As of now, we have some black and raw tanks heading into stock and will be here this week. However, they are going quickly. Give us a call and we can get you setup.

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Re: New! AccuAir releases pre-order on Endo-CVT

I got one from Travis already and it looks awesome!!
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Old 11-12-2018, 10:05 PM   #9
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Re: New! AccuAir releases pre-order on Endo-CVT

I would like to get a 5 gallon black cvt as well. It’s a little confusing all what will be required to get this working. You’d think accuair would make it plug and play when using one of their elevel control systems but it seems to need a device to interface with the ecu of the E level? An anolog pigtail device?

I’d also like to buy an e level system but will opt for the toggle variant to save a few bucks. Once it’s set I don’t think I’ll use the keypad control much. I believe I have the rest of the system since I have the bags and mounting set up and the tubing.

I’m very excited about this setup for a few reasons;

Lower noise
Built in dessicant system,
All enclosed for a much more aesthetically pleasing finish
Ease of installation,
Takes up less space,
And the built in speed control valves.

I’m wonder if there will be a method or otherwise way to add a port to the tank in case we’d like to use the air source for more than just the bags...like a horn for instance?
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Old 11-14-2018, 01:45 PM   #10
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Re: New! AccuAir releases pre-order on Endo-CVT

They dont do plug and play, since with the valves being inside they are not sure how you will position the tank. If long ways, then you end cap valves may have both going to the rear bags. If sideways, then the end caps will have one to the front and one to the rear. So this way it offers more flexibility.

Yes, it does require a module to run the CVT and has to do with the way the electronics all work. Beyond me, but AccuAir determined this is the correct way.

We can get you the e-level system with the rocker switch, not problem and pair it with the CVT. You can tap off a open port to run a external air chuck for tire inflation use, blow gun, etc.

Just give us a call and can put together a system. We are a stocking AccuAir dealer.

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QUOTE=Slowguy;8383139]I would like to get a 5 gallon black cvt as well. Its a little confusing all what will be required to get this working. Youd think accuair would make it plug and play when using one of their elevel control systems but it seems to need a device to interface with the ecu of the E level? An anolog pigtail device?

Id also like to buy an e level system but will opt for the toggle variant to save a few bucks. Once its set I dont think Ill use the keypad control much. I believe I have the rest of the system since I have the bags and mounting set up and the tubing.

Im very excited about this setup for a few reasons;

Lower noise
Built in dessicant system,
All enclosed for a much more aesthetically pleasing finish
Ease of installation,
Takes up less space,
And the built in speed control valves.

Im wonder if there will be a method or otherwise way to add a port to the tank in case wed like to use the air source for more than just the bags...like a horn for instance?[/QUOTE]
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