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Old 09-15-2018, 03:38 PM
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Air Suspension for 3g TL

Couldn't find any threads on this, can anybody chime in on whats the go to kit for our cars? I saw Airrex, d2 racing, and ksport were some brands that popped up. I don't want to break the bank but I want something with decent quality that wont fall apart on me.
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Old 09-15-2018, 04:29 PM
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Dare I say it, nothing will cost as little and last as long as the OEM suspension. Why not leave it alone?
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Its simple, I want to be able to drop my car on the ground so it looks good, but still be able to raise it up so im not scraping around every time I drive it. I have the money to put into the car and I plan on keeping it for a while.
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Old 09-15-2018, 06:39 PM
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Well, I suppose "looking good" is a matter of opinion.
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Well, I suppose "looking good" is a matter of opinion.
That it is! Put some coils or springs in and call it a day!
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I'm going to say Airrex
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That it is! Put some coils or springs in and call it a day!
Iím already on coils, I want more low with less scrape while driving! But yes coilovers are a lot more practical I will agree, I was just exploring my options, seeing if anybody on here have any experiences with air ride to share.
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Tons of people have air ride. Airrex or Accuair.

Although, I'm getting old I wouldn't bag it. But that's me, I think I'm at that age now where I rather "modify" my house over a car.

But don't listen to me, I drive a minivan.
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