The Next Level in Air Management

February 9th, 2010

AccuAir C-10 Install

ST-1003-AIR-lead_thumbWhen choosing an air system for your pride and joy there are many factors to take into account. If you’re looking for a system to give you that perfect stance (which would be flat on the ground if you’re anything like us), or if you’re looking for the ultimate in precision engineered control systems, the AccuAir e-Level system is the one you’ve been waiting for. Nasty, cluttered valve setups, wires running in every which way, and no real control from your switchboxes are a thing of the past.

AccuAir C-10 Install

ST-1003-AIR-lead_thumbWhen choosing an air system for your pride and joy there are many factors to take into account. If you’re looking for a system to give you that perfect stance (which would be flat on the ground if you’re anything like us), or if you’re looking for the ultimate in precision engineered control systems, the AccuAir e-Level system is the one you’ve been waiting for. Nasty, cluttered valve setups, wires running in every which way, and no real control from your switchboxes are a thing of the past.

ST-1003-AIR-lead2_thumbAccuAir has spent the last eight years developing and perfecting the ultimate control system and took all of the guesswork out of air management. The e-Level control system with intuitive TouchPad offers three programmable height settings while still maintaining individual and paired controls. The RideMonitor mode actively adjusts the suspension with the introduction of different weight loads, passengers, etc. to maintain your preset height levels while parked or driving, no matter the load. There’s just not enough room here to go over all of the amazing features of the AccuAir e-Level system so for more information, check out AccuAirSuspension.com and follow along as we go through a full system install. The AccuAir system is a great addition to your next project or current setup as seen being installed on the detailed frame and suspension on Scott Lawrence’s ’68 C-10 that was seen on the cover of our May 2009 issue.

Source
AccuAir Suspension
877.AIR.DOWN
www.accuairsuspension.com (http://www NULL.accuairsuspension NULL.com)

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