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Arnott Motorcycle Air Suspension -- the leader in True Onboard Adjustable Air Suspension kits for motorcycles -- announces the introduction of a handlebar-mounted two-button switch with digital display designed to enable riders to quickly adjust Arnott Motorcycle Air Suspension Shocks and easily see the pressure value in pounds per square inch (PSI).


The waterproof assembly mounts to the handlebar clutch perch and has separate buttons to inflate or deflate the air suspension system and a blue LED air pressure display.

The black inflation kit, K-3114, comes complete with a high-impact aluminum housing finished in black Type III Hard Anodization, which is completely sealed off from outside elements.

The chrome inflation kit, K-3115, comes complete with a high-impact aluminum housing finished in chrome, which is completely sealed off from outside elements.

The switch includes an attached wiring harness pre-configured with the necessary connectors. The kit also includes a pressure transducer which attaches to the Arnott manifold, additional tubing, airline fittings, spade connectors and wire taps for connecting the unit to the motorcycle's ignition switch wire.

K-3114 and K-3115 retail for $299 each and are backed by Arnott's Limited 1-Year Warranty.
 

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is this cost in addition to the cost of the air ride kit, if you buy the kit or is there an additional charge to go from the 2 switch to the 2 switch with guage??
 

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is this cost in addition to the cost of the air ride kit, if you buy the kit or is there an additional charge to go from the 2 switch to the 2 switch with guage??
The kit comes with the up/down switch and if you want the guage with the LED, you have to buy it separate for an additional $299. When I co tatted them about this Arnott rep said i could probably get $100 if I tried to sell the basic switch on eBay
 
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