06-17-2004, 12:40 AM
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Join Date: May 2004
Location: Columbia, MO
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Lowering a 92-99 Bonne with auto leveling susp.
If you were to make the little bar that attaches to the ride height sensor a little shorter and then while the car is on lift it in the air and then lower it back down do you suppose it would trick the car into thinking it had to leave a little less air in the rear bags and lower the rear a tad bit???? If this worked you could do it and get some front coils and actually LOWER an auto levaling car!!!!!! If anyone has tryed this please tell me if it worked of im just dreamin again. I would love to lower my Bonne by about 1-2 inches but i really like the auto levalling rear suspension and want to keep its usefullness.
I know something like that would work on a Lincoln towncars system, because if you lift one of those with out turning off the switch it will slam its back end to the ground like its got hydros!!! (New technitions in my shop have made this mistake in the past, luckily without any exploding when they air back up!!!!)
Formerly 95 SSEi (bright red) Mods too long to list
Formerly 71 Chevelle SS clone (burgandy) 350 V8 bored .60 over, Holley 4 barrell, Lopey cam, Hedman headers, Muncie 4 speed with Hurst shiter and 8 ball ****, SS wheels, Cowl induction hood, SS stripes...I still wake up with cold sweats from watching that car drive away
Formerly 01 Regal GS (bordeaux red) PEM'*, R/T DP, ZZP STB, MSP mounts, Next-Level sway bars, SLP CAI, 3.4" Pulley, ZZP SC snout, catback, Rhino muffler, 8.5mm Jacobs wires, AL 104 plugs, Hypertech P.P. 3, 180 stat , EBC pads (F) Hawk HPS pads (R), Powerslot rotors (F&R), 95 Bonne T.*. rims 225/60/16 98W Kumho KH11 tires
2002 Nissan Maxima SE (light pewter) Nismo intake, Hawk Pads, Powerslot rotors