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Old 12-14-2015, 09:50 PM   #15
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I'm a big fan of the RVi2 brake. Small, light, and easy to set up. If the Sonic has a floor pan, then you just drop it in, connect to the brake pedal, plug in the power, and push the auto start. Done and ready to go. I've had one for three years now and use with my Honda Fit.

If if your car doesn't have a floor pan, it is still easy to use. RVi will send you a stop that bolts to your seat rails. Then it is drop it on the floor and connect everything.
X3 easy to setup
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I'm a big fan of the RVi2 brake. Small, light, and easy to set up. If the Sonic has a floor pan, then you just drop it in, connect to the brake pedal, plug in the power, and push the auto start. Done and ready to go. I've had one for three years now and use with my Honda Fit.

If if your car doesn't have a floor pan, it is still easy to use. RVi will send you a stop that bolts to your seat rails. Then it is drop it on the floor and connect everything.
X 4 !!!
After initial install, takes about a minute to get it ready to tow, and less than 30 seconds to remove. Well made, very compact, and their service, even answering simple questions, is outstanding.
Have one now for about a year, 5000 miles, and absolutly no problems.
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X5 on the RVi2. Light weight and movable from one toad to another. You can also adjust the braking from the MH drivers seat. Great product and support.
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I like the SMI Air Force 1. permenant installation out of the way, operates on the air or electric from the motorhome. No moving boxes and all that trash. Very good warranty and
help if you need it. I did not install it, they did when the base plate was installed. So far trouble free after 7000 mile trip. I did run into Brake stop check points out west where they checked out the system to make sure it was installed properlt and in working order.
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