...DO NOT use compressed air as you could easily damage the shock. It has a very small air capacity and fills quickly with a bicycle pump. Oh, and welcome to the site.
Well I deffinately dont want any info I post to be misunderstood so maybe I should have expanded just to make sure no one thought I meant hook 120psi compressor to the the shock and punch it.
I adjust my regulator down line of my compressor to 70psi which has a 25' hose on it. Using a trigger controled tire inflator assembly with a pressure gauge on it as well as a bleed valve, I gently inflate to 3-5 psi above my desired pressure then double check with GOOD tire gauge. I do this evey week when checking my tires (and bike for the weeks preride)to ensure best performance of suspension and tires.
Hope this clarify's so like T-man notes, no over inflation occurs.
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