MF-1050 Tsunami Air Compressor

$99.99 $79.99
(You save $20.00)
Write a Review
SKU:
MF-1050
UPC:
891932000516
Condition:
New
Availability:
Ships within 2 business days
Weight:
11.50 LBS
Shipping:
Free Shipping
Weight:
10.25 lbs.
Motor Type:
Direct Drive
Flow Rate:
3500 Cubic Inches Per Minute
Amperage:
30
Power Cord:
10 ft. (Battery Clips)
Hose Length:
16 ft.
Run Time:
20 Minutes
Dimensions:
9.01 x 11.22 x 7.87
Includes:
Carry bag, two adapter nozzles, a ball inflation needle, and an extra fuse
MasterFlow Tsunami 12-volt portable air compressor as seen in its retail packaging.

Inflates Full Size Truck Tires in Less Than 2 Minutes*

The MasterFlow MF-1050 on the go tire inflation system is designed for inflating 4X4, truck, SUV, and RV tires. Perfect for airing up when you come off the trail. The MF-1050 Tsunami air compressor is a rugged direct drive 12-volt, 30 amp air compressor with an outstanding 3500 cubic inches of air flow. Powers directly from your 12-volt battery by a 10 foot heavy duty power cord and alligator clips. Included is a 16 foot self-coiling air hose with quick connect type M automotive air fitting and easy twist brass inflator. Compressor, hose, and accessories neatly pack into a durable nylon carry bag. Air-up in no time anywhere. Fits under or behind most pick-up truck seats.

For off road enthusiasts that air down when they hit the trails, we recommend using the MasterFlow MF-1050 Tsunami air compressor for up to 33 inch tires to get back on the black top. *Full size truck tires can be inflated from 25-35 PSI in under 2 minutes and passenger car tires in under a minute. The duty cycle for this compressor is 20 minutes on, 20 minutes off which is more than enough time to air up all four tires when you come off the trails. Inflation times may vary based on environmental conditions. Be safe by being informed, research and understand the proper operating pressure for your tire and vehicle combination.

California Proposition 65 Warning pdf-button.png

Videos Hide Videos Show Videos

2 Reviews Hide Reviews Show Reviews

  • 3
    Tsunami Air Compressor

    Posted by Howard on 26th Sep 2017

    I have owned this compressor for 3 years. I feel for the most part it is well designed. But unfortunately built with inferior parts. I have replaced the clamps as on one it feel apart from a failed rivet. I replaced the clamps with copper versions with heavy coated rubber handles. The power cord from the clamps to the motor has pulled out of the housing exposing the bare cooper wire strands. I have taken it apart twice and reinserted the wires but they will not stay inside the motor cover. The on-off switch is problematic. It often need to be switched back and forth to power on. Last, the plastic hose cracked and leaked requiring replacement. Thankfully Master Flow sells replacement hoses at a reasonable price.

    Sadly, I feel that this product is just another example of the poor quality of products that are manufactured in China.

  • 4
    Modify for onboard air

    Posted by Harl on 22nd Oct 2013

    I bought this compressor from Amazon a couple of years ago after blowing up several other types while on the trail. I 4 wheel and need a reliable compressor to keep my air tank up to working pressures. To work with my onboard air system I had to reverse the couplings so I could plug the compressor into the tank, no big deal but it would be nice if Masterflow would offer that set up as an option. Also the head bolts were so loose I could turn them with my finger, So I pulled the compressor head off, check for any other problems added a little locktite to the bolts and all is as it should be, I hope. The air filter is all but useless, this is the second filter I've bought. Unless you keep a plug in the intake to keep the dirt out and remove the plug before using the compressor,(as if) The filter WILL get damaged due to normal use.... A metal filter might make it last longer or place it somewhere on the machine where it won't get crushed, like under the cage. The reason for the four stars rather than 5 is listed above, Maybe it should be built it in America where QC would be better.