Show us what's under the skirt.The superlow bags are a different experience than all the other typical bag setups currently available as they where build to be focused on performance and low driving they in-house dyno thier Struts to match the air spring rates best they can with performance prioritized over air… unfortunately by the nature of a air spring it’s always going to be progressive even a sleeved set up, and when it comes to the common preferred track setup though linear is better and consistent.
As far as something like a street setup, these new super lows feel like my fortune 510s on the Tiguan as far as being very composed with hard driving but not nearly as stiff when doing slow driving.
My setup for a air car is somewhat uncommon for most airride guys too in realty as I run a more performance oriented alignment setting, 200TW tires on all 4 corners daily, upgraded bushing, both front and rear sway bars and all the silly little body braces - so it’s not going to feel like most others that are referenced.
Because I just love the looks of slammed stanced cars but still want the car to perform well I’ve tried (and run though money tested “versions” of the give n take) I know my setup isn’t ideal for either side of the spectrum of perf/looks and I’m fine with that as I’m just chasing a balance of the 2.
With my old bags @BadHombre760 can attest to how they feel and drive comfort wise as he drove my car with out me even telling him it was on air
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if you have the height these worked great on mine. The nvh he heard on mine is not even comparable to direct mounted compressor for sure.
Yup…have those…. It’s the bolt head that sticks out beyond the wooden floor that’s causing the noiseif you have the height these worked great on mine. The nvh he heard on mine is not even comparable to direct mounted compressor for sure.
This guy did some DB tests with them.
yeah thanks for that! I have those between my compressor and the wooden subfloor. It's the bolt head UNDER the subfloor I think that is vibrating