What's up everyone? I think I may finally have something worth posting! Well, I have owned my LS for over three years, which spanned over a deployment to Iraq and one to Afghanistan. I purchased the LS because I had dreams of going VIP, which I quickly realized costs more than I thought. On an Army budget with three kids, kind of tough, haha. So, I bought my rims and a DataSystems Controller and realized the rims were too wide after test fitting them and the DataSystems Controller lowering at 55mph...ouch.
So, I took the rims off and they sat for almost two years. After this deployment which I finished in December my wife let me buy a bodykit, Waijai was selling an AimGain kit which I really wanted and I finally talked my wife into it. So, I got the kit, then returned home from Afghanistan and my LS is an Ultra Luxury and the air decided to go on me, needed a sensor and pretty much all the shocks.
So, I was in contact with AirLift, who I truly wanted to do business with and they offered me a partial sponsorship, but they never came through it was always one thing or another. Pretty sad, they finally just stopped answering my calls and emails after we had discussed a price and everything it was always, this or that is "out of stock" or "back ordered." I knew I wanted the AirLift though and hopefully I do not kick myself in the *** for going with them after their sub-standard at best customer relations and support.
So, I was at school and need the air to get this car done. I had already dropped the car off to Super Star Customs in Atlanta, Ga. I had heard plenty about them and I knew Bucky was the guy I needed to get my car done and done quality and quickly. Dropped off the car to him, with the kit hanging out the window, haha. I also had the air setup sent directly to him so he could install it also. I still want to go lower but I have to get new camber bolts in the front, they're currently "stuck," which kinda sucks.
Well, without further adieux onto the pics (crappy but you get the idea)...Enjoy!
When I test fit the rims:
Christmas gift from the wife
Finished product thanks to Bucky at Super Star Customs