Originally Posted by airtime
I have some new insight on the rear suspension. I had always wondered why on my datasystem controller, on the valve screen, that all the indicator bars for the height of the car are not even. I had thought that the datasystem overrides my manual adjustment via twisting the tie rods for the front and slide bar for the rear sensors. Now I came to realize that any manual sensors settings are in addition to the datasystem settings. I played around today and found that I can drastically lower my car more by sliding the rear sensor bar to the extreme. So my normal driving 5 setting is way more lower (simular to a 7 setting). and when changed to a 7 setting, now is more like a 9 setting.
So when we give each other hints on what settings we are driving at, its pretty much a crap shoot as our sensor setting could be anywhere from normal to extreme. I thought I just throw this out there.
I know this post is old but I hope it reaches you. I have an 02 LS430UL with the DataSystem. My right side of my car is higher than my left. I have the drivers front set to 4 and front passenger set to 2 and the passenger is still higher. I'm on 22's and rubbing in the back (sometimes in the front)
1. Adjust the stiffness of the shock via the DataSytem (from what I've been reading it doesn't look like it)?
2. Adjust the shock stiffness anywhere else?
3. Manually (not through controller) level the back like in your picture, independently
4. Manually (not through controller) level the front independently
I thank anyone and everyone in advanced for your help. I love this form!