I should have kept saving for e-level instead of buying auto pilot!
Anyone interested in buying one of my arms and a leg?!
Does this work with Switchspeed? Only reason I ask is that I have considered the eLevel upgrade but the recent talk about it having a mind of its own makes me nervous especially with a what $800 upgrade?
I know the initial concept was intended to work only with the e-Level. But this system is still in its infancy so it is possible that AccuAir would make it work with both.
Last edited by PatientlyWaiting; 11-07-2011 at 02:30 PM.
Very cool.....i will be utilizing this system/technology on my next build.
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Definitely in for later as more info is released. Probably no way I'm not going to pick this up.
Wow! Definitely subscribed to this! Also curious if this will be compatible with Switchspeed mgmt.
I cant wait to spoof this at shows and air up other peoples cars
I am just curious how it will work out... I mean you are spending almost $2k alone on management plus this? It is totally rad but I hope it's not a $500 addition. I also really hope it works with my SwitchSpeed.
I see what you mean on that, I did not assume they would offer a pressure based system. The fact is that the output signals from the controller have to be either the same or very similar. However I am sure the method of sending said signal is only available to elevel users, just like the remote. Smart thing would be to offer a receiver that plugs inline with the current USB plug so you could still hook up the wired controller but had the ability to pick up signals from the iPhone. Pipe dreams...
Correct me if I am wrong, but I was under the impression that the key fob does not function when the ignition is on. This is in order to prevent inadvertent wireless airouts while in motion. I would imagine I-level would be the same way.
Is that likely to happen? Probably not. Should the product be insecure enough for it to happen? Definitely not.
Come on guys. Think about it. It's a bluetooth device.
You have to enable discovery mode on it, pair the device to the phone, and input the pin to finalize the connection.
To enable discovery mode would require physical access to to bluetooth module to enable said mode.
Meaning no one is going to walk by your car and start measing with your ride height.
I'm not worried about that. I'm just curious what they will use to control it. I am curious of aside from logos there is a difference between the switchspeed version and elevel. If not then they would be foolish to not allow integration for either systems. Who l know's.
Is anybody going to do that while you're walking by? Yeah, totally doubt it. I just like the idea of longgggg passwords and heavy encryption.... especially when it comes to something that might deal with my car.
Only major issue i can foresee is the bluetooth sucking out the Iphone battery.
I did some test month ago comparing battery life with and without Bluetooth, it was a major difference, battery was near 10% at the end of the day with regular usage VS around 40% when disabled.
If I ever do get switch speed (still undecided on switchspeed or avs 9 switch) I am just gonna do a simple 4 channel wireless remote to control it from the outside if I want. I don't own a iphone, nor a droid, just a phone that texts and talks, so no iphone air ride apps for me.
BUT this is pretty sweet.