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Finally started on my build

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First step is suspension: Accuair with e-level.
Wheels Dual Concave Vossen CV7 silver polish
Wheels being built; Work Schwert SC2 Step Lip

More to come soon: BBK & quad exhaust is next.








 

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The last picture with the mini model right there is very funny. You dropped the car so much. Not sure if that is my taste. Love that you have put so much work into it though.
 

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The last picture with the mini model right there is very funny. You dropped the car so much. Not sure if that is my taste. Love that you have put so much work into it though.
Thanks mate. It's on air suspension... You can adjust the car to whatever height you want. In the pictures it's aired out. Used for shows and such. I can put it back to stock height with a click of a button.

The phone picture shows the I level app. Those 3 numbers are your set ride heights. 1 is low for driving on good roads, 2 is highway, and 3 is stock height. There's another button that completely airs the car out as seen in those pics.

Way better than any coil over or spring set up for sure.
 

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AH, this is FANTASTIC, whats next guy? Love the model RC BTW, you get that through lexus enthusiast BTW? drifts yea?
 

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Thanks mate. It's on air suspension... You can adjust the car to whatever height you want. In the pictures it's aired out. Used for shows and such. I can put it back to stock height with a click of a button.

The phone picture shows the I level app. Those 3 numbers are your set ride heights. 1 is low for driving on good roads, 2 is highway, and 3 is stock height. There's another button that completely airs the car out as seen in those pics.

Way better than any coil over or spring set up for sure.
This makes more sense to me now because I was thinking that making the car so low makes it so that you can't even go over a speed bump. Not exactly practical. :p
 
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