Originally Posted by Goal15
...will be borrowing the neighbors compressor although im tempted to see if my Black and Decker Air Station might do the trick in that it has adjustable air pressure... but probably not strong enough...
Does your Air Station shut off when it reaches your pressure set point? That might not be too handy for blowing out the lines if it shuts off. With a faucet always open it might not reach the set point, so the question is does it have enough lung power to push the water out of the lines? I think it will work, it doesn't take a lot to blowout the lines. If you try it, let us know how it works out.
I've used a small airbrush compressor like this. It has a regulator and will pump 0.7 CFM @ 60 PSI and since it's intended for painting, it's oil less.
Most of us want something we can also air up tires with, so something bigger would be a better deal.