New MotoPumps MiniPro Inflator (with ADV inmate bonus)

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by Motopumps, Nov 3, 2013.

  1. Dynamick

    Dynamick Unspecified

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    :clap Got what I wanted for the holidays.
  2. Bamabeast

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    received mine just a few min ago packaging was in great shape no damage what so ever and the pump looks like a great lil unit can't wait to try it out thanks for the great product.:clap
  3. doninss

    doninss n00b

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    arrived today (NV). no damage to box. gauge IS "steady and VERY accurate."
  4. Motopumps

    Motopumps Long timer

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    Hey there Koma- Sorry for the delay in responding. International Shipping to Singapore for single MotoPump packages are $32.95, the best deal for a double or a triple (up to 4) is $59.95 via a Medium Flat Rate Box. I can fit extra Dynaplugs in either package, probably a fair amount of them in the Flat Rate Box.

    Let me know what you need and I will get an invoice together for you.

    Thanks-

    Rob
  5. Ron700

    Ron700 n00b

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    Hey Rob,

    Thanks for the fast shipping and received my package without any damage. I performed a test of the pump on my FJR1300 with the rear tire at 0 PSI. From 0 to 43 PSI, it took the pump about 10 minutes to pump up the 180/55-17 tire.

    IMHO, I think this is not too shabby and the pump stayed warm. I aired up my other bike with 4 PSI and that took like a minute.

    I'm very happy with this pump and it even fits nicely under my FJR driver seat. Oh and the gauge is about a 1 PSI off when comparing to my slime digital. Maybe the slime is off? For it to be one PSI off, I would state that it's pretty accurate and that backlighting is awesome. A very nice product and you saved me $60 as I was going to buy your competitors' product with a gauge.
  6. Motopumps

    Motopumps Long timer

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    Thanks for the update. When we were doing design and testing, we found a large variation in gauges, but within that, a few were very consistent. That is what really matters. One of the Slime gauges I use was always off by about a pound from the Mini Pro and the reference gauge we were using. Consistency is what matters.

    Rob

  7. Vacman

    Vacman Some call me...Tim?

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    Just ordered the combo kit. I love well designed products and supporting small business! Looking forward to receiving it. Hopefully I will never have to use it in the field. :)

    Thanks,

    Tim
  8. Motopumps

    Motopumps Long timer

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    Thanks Tim- I see the order.

    It is always nice to be able to use it in the field on OTHER PEOPLES bikes! :deal

    Rob


  9. Serbchaser

    Serbchaser Chasin' the Serb

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    My kits arrived today and look very high quality. Very impressive overall package. :deal

    Now I just have to go ride over some nails so I can test it out.:rofl

    Thanks and Merry Christmas. :freaky

    Chris
  10. Motopumps

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    Excellent! Merry Christmas to you too! :clap

  11. sparkymcgee

    sparkymcgee Been here awhile

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    My package arrived quickly and in great shape until I got a little aggressive with my knife in opening the shipping envelope. Put a slice in the neoprene. If you're selling the neoprene as a standalone, I will happily pay for a replacement.

    Thanks for a great product!
  12. Motopumps

    Motopumps Long timer

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    Doh! Yes, I can help you with that.

    I don't have them on the website yet as a separate item, but just send $7 via PayPal to sales@motopumps.com and that will cover the neoprene case and shipping.

    Rob


  13. KingOfFleece

    KingOfFleece SplitWeight(tm) waterproof seat covers

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    Got mine. A very nice kit you have there.
    From one NYer to another-well done, sir.
  14. koma

    koma Adventurer

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    ok thanks for the reply rob will get back to asap once i have confirmed
    my orders here.
  15. Bokrijder

    Bokrijder Soyez sans que peur

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    Received kit yesterday, used the pump today -- jump on this one - nice pump !!
  16. kimel

    kimel I hit what?

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    Forgot to post. Mine arrived in perfect condition. Awesome pump!


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  17. MAXVERT

    MAXVERT OG on da OC

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    Nice looking product.
    I ride in many remote places around the world and need a reliable pump.

    Why does the pump max out at 50 psi ?

    Max
  18. Motopumps

    Motopumps Long timer

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    All engineering is about choices. We wanted a lower amp draw, so that meant a few things... Go for a more efficient motor, more efficient pump design, smaller size, lower losses, etc, and choose a target PSI range that works for most situations. There are some pumps out there that claim 200, 250 or even 300 psi. For what? This inflator is about filling motorcycle tires, ATV tires, car tires, camping mats, sports equipment, etc. Not for anything that needs very, very high pressure.

    Motorcycle tires need to be filled between 20 and 42 psi. There are outliers, but not many. We built to that target, and get there fast, and can do it over and over if needed, without draining a small battery.

    The Mini Pro hits that target better than any other pump on the market, while combining light weight, durability, a bright work light, very accurate gauge and easy to use zero loss connector. I think the pump hits the target.

    Rob

  19. URAL CT

    URAL CT Been here awhile

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    Howdy Rob,
    Just ordered your motopump. Looking forward to it.
    Does it come with the storage bag??? Thanks
    Charlie T
  20. garry_kramer

    garry_kramer Been here awhile

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    Looks like mine just got through Canadian Customs and is on it's way. 11 days and counting.

    Garry