Type: Posts; User: Will@BagRiders
This is a good method :thumbup:
I hate to be a Debbie Downer, but yeah. Public lots aren't the best :rolleyes:
I made that mistake once. :heart:
Wow this is slick! :thumbup:
Tie rods perhaps?
You can run the Koni's without any bump-stop, I've been doing it for years.
PSSST. BagRiders has free shipping on Koni and Bilstein shocks for UPS ground shipments ;)
Nice one Travy :eek:
I still love this car.
This is something that AccuAir has talked about doing, but it won't be right away. :thumbup:
These shots are unbelievable ! :heart:
I think it would be worth running an 8 gauge wire from your power source to your relay, it's always nice to run a larger wire than you need to prevent potential issues.
oh boy! :P
To answer your question, yes it will have a one-year warranty through Viair if you are the original owner.
Try hitting the end (where the power and ground wires come out) with the blunt end of a large screwdriver. Sometimes this can bring them back from the dead.
I agree with this.
My BMW is the opposite. 37 front / 70 rear
In an ideal world, all struts and rear kits would be thread-able so you could set the pressure (spring-rate) first, then thread them up or down to get...