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San Diego has been more hotter than usual since yesterday. We've been hitting 100+ degrees here (which is normal for some of you haha) so because of the heat, I decided I'd finally get the car tinted. I ended up with Llumar ATC 20% tint on all 9 windows and no windshield strip. I was originally going for 35% tint but changed my mind when I saw comparison pictures between 20% and 35%. Definitely happy I went with 20%!
Do you have air gauges to read out how much pressure you are riding on? If so how much psi do you drive around in? Also how many switches do you have?
I have 2 analog dial gauges that came with the Air Runner kit. Each gauge has 2 needles. So for example, one gauge has 2 needles for the front driver bag and front passenger bag, while the other gauge also has 2 needles for the rear driver bag and rear passenger bag. I also have 4 manual switches going to each bag so each corner is controlled independently.
I've been riding on different pressures since I got the kit. It really depends on how I feel at that moment. Sometimes I feel like riding low so I'll set it at about 40 psi all around. For a dropped but not slammed look, I'll set it about 50 psi in the fronts and 45 psi in rears. When I don't care and just wanna cruise and not worry about dips, scraping, potholes, imperfect roads, etc. I'll ride around 60 psi in fronts and 50 psi in the rears.
Ride Low: ~ 40 psi all around
Conservative/Dropped: ~ 50 psi fronts, ~ 45 psi rears
Don't Care Mode: ~60 psi fronts, ~ 50 psi rears
Your fit has to be one of the cleanest i've come across. Im having the same air ride kit installed into my fit in a couple months and was wondering how did you get the rears to sit Lower? Was it an easy fix?
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