Are air suspension kits universal?
This is a Universal Fitting system designed for a 4 separate coil/torsion, leaf suspension.
What size tank do I need for air suspension?
One of the most common questions surrounding air suspension air tanks is: “what size tank do I need for my air suspension kit?” Most air suspension systems are going to utilize a 3 gallon or 5 gallon air tank.
How long do air ride suspensions last?
The lifespan of your air bag suspension system will vary depending on the auto manufacturer. Common estimates indicate an average of 50,000 to 70,000 miles or 10 years before replacement is needed.
Is air suspension better than stock?
When compared to coilovers, air suspension is no doubt a better ride! When compared to stock, we’d like to say that air suspension does ride better than stock as well! However, typically if you install air suspension on your car, that probably isn’t the only thing you’re going to do to it.
Can you put any suspension on any car?
Technically, with enough time and money, you can add air suspension to virtually any vehicle. However, for most cases, as long as you find the correct air struts for your specific vehicle, the rest of the kit is universal.
Can you make your own air suspension?
Yes, now you can use our struts and with a little fabrication work you can build your own air strut system to fit almost any vehicle on the road. Take a look at the recent write up our friends over at Stance Works put together and see how easy it can be to build your own kit.
How many valves do I need for air ride?
This will require a total of 8 valves. Installing them in this manner will give you independent airbag control, or FBSS (Front, Back, Side, Side) control depending on your controller or wiring method.
Can you add air suspension to any car?
What all do I need for air ride suspension?
You’ll be in need of a compressor, a tank, air lines and fittings, and of course, air bags. This article is not intended to be an instruction manual for the installation of an air ride system, just an overview of what is involved in setting one up.