Whats the switchspeed to e-elevel upgrade like? Just the ecu, controller, and sensors?
This is hidden in the other parts under the accuair tab
The SwitchSpeed to e-Level upgrade includes everything you'll need to make the switch:
Although, due to the way AccuAir sells the kit, you will need to send them your controller and your ECU for reflashing. Their theory on the matter is that in the time it takes you to install the e-Level upgrade, they can reflash everything and have it back in your hands by the time you're ready to put the car on the ground.
+ Price of the upgrade is also dependent upon whether or not you already have the electronic pressure sensor
My question about the v2 was since its pressure based how does it level the car out without knowing if the car is sitting the same height all around? It just evens the pressure out on all 4 corners correct? So wouldn't that make the car sit uneven if one bag needed less pressure to sit level?
Lets say you are setting preset 1. The V2 saves a pressure value for each of the four corners of the car. If your car happens to be uneven when comparing the passenger side fender to ground height vs. the drivers side fender to ground height, when both front air springs have 55 psi in them, then you could take a tape measure out and dial them in to the exact same height be adding or removing pressure. (Keep in mind you should verify that both struts are installed correctly before resorting to this). Once the desired height has been reached, you would then save the preset.
When you hit the preset 1 button, the AutoPilot V2 will return your four air springs to the pressures that you saved. Assuming you have the same load in the car when you hit that preset button, the heights at each corner of the car should be the same as they were when you saved the preset.
Saving and returning to a preset needs to be done on level ground for maximum accuracy.
Last edited by Will@BagRiders; 08-22-2012 at 03:04 PM.
It has the function of preset ride pressures. I guess that would be the technical term there. Exactly the same as Autopilot version 1 but with a different controller, different control philosophy, different manifolds and more presets. But still the same theory of preset ride pressures