I only waited total about 3 min for my car to lower, so I bet I can get lower...
on the stock back sensors, I only have it half way, so if I adjust the stock rears and combine with datasystem, will it lower even more..
God, I am so excited!!
I wish I can read the Japanese manual, but I can only recognize Kanjis, so didn't really get the whole meaning.
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2013 BMW 750I M-Sport 2014 BMW X1 2013 HONDA CIVIC
Had 25 lexuses for last 9 years.
How do you turn off the speed sensing thing? I don't want my car to go lower when I drive faster than 60. Also, when I drive over 60 now, the dash is showing "Height Hi"
So Now I am afraid to drive over 60..
I think you need to redo the set up procedure for the controller. My "Height Hi" light used to turn on randomly while I was driving. I rechecked the settings and found that it had been set to the wrong car. Once I got it set to the right car...no problem.
As far as lowering while driving, just turn that feature off. It's been awhile since I played with my settings so I don't remember what the procedure is but there is an option to turn that on and off.
OK, got my translation back from my Japanese friend.
We've been deceiving ourselves - The speed sensor setting is just an alarm or warning. It does not stop your car from lowering at the preset speed. You can turn on or off the warning flashes or beep only. Your car should lower at 90km/h about 20-30mm which is 3/4" to 1-1/8".
TEMS - is only available on certain year cars and my 2004 is not one of them that's why it does not show on any display.
Thats if for now.
Live your life.
Last edited by airtime; 07-24-08 at 09:21 PM..
Reason: correct my spelling