New Portable Air Compressor from Maradyne Performance

Maradyne Performance has just released a new, portable air compressor for the auto enthusiast. It’s small, compact, easy to use, and plugs right into your cigarette lighter. Compressors like the Junior Jet 150 should be an emergency item in every vehicle not already equipped with an on-board air compressor. Maradyne just sent us the official release and you can read all about this cool new product below.

Official Release:

MARADYNE OFFERS JUNIOR JET 150 PORTABLE AIR COMPRESSOR

The Maradyne Junior Jet 150 (part # MJJ150) portable air compressor is designed to supply 150 psi of air to vehicle tires, bikes, inflatables and more. 
      
Ideal for use roadside, in the garage, at the track or on camping and off-road equipment, the Junior Jet 150 features a low noise, high airflow design to quickly deliver air through a 27-inch high pressure air hose that is equipped with a quick-release thumb twist valve connector.  It has an average fill rate of 7 lbs. a minute on a 16″ automotive tire.

Maradyne’s Junior Jet 150 has a built-in air pressure gauge rated at 0-150 psi and a flashlight, which adds safety and ease of use at night.  Its heavy duty, gearless direct drive motor and oil-less design make it a maintenance-free accessory. 
      
“Our Junior Jet 150 air compressor provides a reliable source of air wherever you need it, thanks to an included cigarette lighter adaptor and a 9-foot power cord that add to the unit’s portability,” said Fred Garza, national sales manager, Maradyne High Performance Fans.  “Everyone from the 16-year-old new driver to the avid outdoorsman or weekend racer should have an easy-to-use compressor like Junior Jet 150 in their vehicle trunks.”

The Junior Jet 150 comes with two plastic inflatable nozzles, one ball needle and rugged nylon carry case.  For more information, visit www.maradynehp.com.

Features:

  • Portable
  • Plugs into cigarette lighter adapter
  • Easy to use

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Being into cars at a very early age, Rick has always preferred GM performance cars, and today's LS series engines just sealed the deal. When he's not busy running errands around town in his CTS-V, you can find him in the garage wrenching on his WS6 Trans Am, or at the local cruise spots in his Grand National.
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