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Old 06-14-2014, 12:09 PM
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Ready to see that thing on the floor
Let the record show that I do not condone those sort of antics! I chose to go with air suspension for it's versatility, not to lay my truck out.
But since you asked....



It's from my v1.0 setup, but that iteration still allowed me to lay it right out. The pic in my signature is the X also sitting on the bump stops.
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*drool*

I am actually considering a 2003 imola/imola 4.6is for sale in Winnipeg. There seems to be a lot of members on here from there... any chance you might know the guy selling it? He clearly isn't a BMW guy as he states in the ad that it has the "AMG package" LOL...

This thread is amazing BTW, I give you maad props as this setup looks professional installed. I recall my 1994 Accord Wagon air ride set up, where I stupidly used 1/2" lines and valves on air pistons bolted to self-made brackets with my newbie welding skills. Thinking back now, the ride was horrible and I had absolutely no control over the height adjustment, 1/2" fast valves and lines will do that to you, and digital management was almost non-existent and/or overpriced (I recall they were just coming out with them in 2003 and were upwards of $5000). Regardless, the ride on the pistons was horrible and the car would bounce off the ground if I hit the switch too fast :S

Of course that was a over decade ago and I recall being immature and reckless . These days, I completely agree with your comment about versatility being that I am a married man now with plans on starting a family very soon (hence my reasoning to finally purchase the super rare imola/imola 4.6is before any children come and the wife says no more toys).

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