That's all going to depend on the air lines you use, but that's totally doable. I'd just stay far, far away from the push-to-connect style connectors if you're worried about small leaks. They're airtight at first, but as you drive on trails the vibrations will shift things around and they will develop leaks - not enough to matter for airing up tires, but enough that your compressor would probably kick on every couple of minutes.Next question: as mentioned above, I may try to plumb in a separate ARB air locker solenoid that would divert air from the main system to my airlift airbags. Those airbags are required to be kept at a minimum of five psi. Do you think this system is leak proof enough to leave my air compressor turned on all the time, the ARB solenoid activated, and does the air pressure system stay live at a preset psi even if I have the app closed? My thought would be to leave the system set at five psi all of the time, and when I needed to air up my tires, I would close the air locker solenoid which would close the airlift airbags system and then I could use the tire system independently. I know this is getting awfully complex, but I’d rather have a system for the airbags where I don’t have to remember to constantly check that 5 pound number to keep them inflated properly. Thanks.
The ARB app lets you set startup options for the compressor. You can either set it to blast unregulated air when powered on, set it for controlled pressure at a user-specified pressure setting, or you can set it so it's off until you tell it what to do. It's really flexible.