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Old 02-25-14, 07:11 PM   #31
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Upper glove box is the leading candidate at the moment.
i was also thinking of hiding it in the little coil pocket on the driver side beside the mirror switch:


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Old 02-25-14, 10:27 PM   #32
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When it comes to the Accuair e-Level stuff, I see there are multiple versions of kits.
Everything from the base rocker switch to touch pad, with manifold or without, with compressor(s) and tank or without. The i-Level seems to be a standalone option...

The functionality of the e-Level is the same with all kits, regardless of the method used to select heights, correct?

Basically what I am after is an i-Level controlled e-level with a threaded port VU4 manifold. The cheapest method to get this would be to order the rocker system, i-level, and threaded manifold separately, correct? I don't see such a package offered as an option anywhere, but just wanted to make sure before I order!
It not offered by accuair or any other vendor if you want the VU4 with threaded ports you have to purchase it by itself. even though bag riders offer it for 399 you end up paying more with the 6-8 fitting you have to purchase.
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Old 02-26-14, 01:08 PM   #33
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even though bag riders offer it for 399 you end up paying more with the 6-8 fitting you have to purchase.
On Amazon, you can easily find those 6-8 fittings for <$20 shipped, provided you buy it along with other stuff (to meet the $35 free shipping requirement).
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If you are spending that much on PTC fittings, almost cheaper to go with AN for a completely leak free setup!
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Old 03-08-14, 12:48 AM   #35
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I just use all AIRREX simple install! No height sensors to deal with.
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I like the elevel because no matter if you have just you in the car or 7 people...your presets will be the exact same every single time no matter what.

I have the Accuair elevel. I'd like the ilevel but I honestly can't really see spending an extra $350 just to be able to use it via wifi from my iphone.
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Old 03-22-14, 02:18 AM   #37
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You can get airrex out of the box and do cool things like this. And there in no hard to install height sensors involved .. And airrex comes standard with a wireless controller and Digital guages.

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If you are spending that much on PTC fittings, almost cheaper to go with AN for a completely leak free setup!
IF your doing hard lines do it the right way .. i see guys using PTC with hard lines i just trip out.
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After the last couple weeks of driving around on my Elevel, I have to say it is infinitely superior to any of my friends pressure based systems. Yes the height sensors where a pain to locate, install and setup but the end result is being able to load up my car with all my tools, spare parts and 3 other people and drive home at the exact ride height I set it at.
My buddies pressure based system lost it's ride heights with a similar load... So no, they are not even close to the same functionality...
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I'm installing the elevel system on my LS430 at the moment, I had the same system on my Acura and I loved it. I dont see myself changing over anytime soon.
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Cool thing about Accuair is that they have lifetime warranty while others (Airlift, AirRex) only give you one year.
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If you have it installed by an authorized Accuair installer
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If you have it installed by an authorized Accuair installer
There is no such thing as a authorized accuair install only dealers
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I read my manual again....I completely read it wrong. And this threw me off when I saw this

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