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Autopilot V2 or accuair e-level

Can't decide which route to go...any pros and cons between the two?
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Accuair is the better system.

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Accuair is the better system.
Thanks for the reply...Yeah I'm leaning towards the accuair setup...by the way. Do you have pics of your install? Trying to get some ideas on running air lines, sensors, etc....
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Airlift V2 here, very happy with installation. Airlift V2 is a pressure based system and installation is much easier.

Whichever system you go for, get twin compressors with aluminium tanks (non steel) and 3/8 lines and install water traps between tank and compressor.

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Nice!!! I decided to get the accuair e-level management with the airlift bags from bagriders.com..seems like a good price free shipping and no tax!!!
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A level height sensor like the ones accuair uses are always going to be more accurate.


This car isn't bagged, but my old one was. With the airlift V1 kit. It had the auto adjusting stuff, but it never worked properly.
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I have full Accuair eLevel management..

Install is easiest ever.. I'm not the type of guy you'd want to work on your car.. however if I could figure out how to bag my car with Accuair then anyone could.. way easy.


Plus you don't want your water traps from your compressor to tank. you want you water traps to be from tank to manifold.

compressors should already have filters that give clean air, pushed straight into the tank. Tank will always have some kind of condensation depending on temp and use.. So you'll want your water trap inline from tank to manifold to ENSURE that ABSOLUTELY nothing is going through your lines to your bags.. keeping your manifold clean.

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Thanks for the replies guys..about to order my kit. Should I get dual 444c or dual 480c compressors? By reading the specs on viair their like identical..
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Personally I would do the 480's. Bullet proof compressors to be honest.

The 444's used to have problems back in the day. Not sure if they've been fixed, but can't go wrong with the 480's.
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Ok cool...one more thing should I keep my rear koni's or get the rear adjustable airlift shocks? It's about $300 more on the kit for the airlift shocks...
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