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Old 25-Oct-2008, 01:55 PM   #1
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I want to install this system to my Crown 175, such system are as follows, Any comment :-





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Old 25-Oct-2008, 04:44 PM   #2
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What's the purpose of raising or lowering the car?
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Old 25-Oct-2008, 05:00 PM   #3
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Hello, Blazing Angel

As my car has install big and long body kit for purpose of getting lower outlook,however,such body kit would be damaged by shoulder of some car park. In this regards, installation of air suspension system would solve this problem. In addition, air suspension would provide more comfortable feeling whilst moving, that why so many luxuary car such as Caryenne , Benz, Audi have equipped this system. By the way, what kind of your car?

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Old 25-Oct-2008, 06:58 PM   #4
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Interesting, I thought it's suppose to lower the centre of gravity, when it's lowered?

And in case it flood, you can make the body higher, and also to avoid the hump when you park at those car parks meant for buses and lorries....
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Interesting, I thought it's suppose to lower the centre of gravity, when it's lowered?

And in case it flood, you can make the body higher, and also to avoid the hump when you park at those car parks meant for buses and lorries....
I think it would not affect the centre of gravity.
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Old 25-Oct-2008, 08:38 PM   #6
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I want to install this system to my Crown 175, such system are as follows, Any comment :-
I think the question is whether the system is safe, would it affect the car with such a modification....

To me, the cars look somewhat odd with the lowered suspensions.
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I think the question is whether the system is safe, would it affect the car with such a modification....

To me, the cars look somewhat odd with the lowered suspensions.
This modification is used by USA and Japan before. Majority are modified their car even by himself. This modification is much interesting as compared with modification of engine such as turbo. It is a trend for future! Seethe movie again !


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I think it would not affect the centre of gravity.
Of course it would. Change in height of the chasis will definitely change the centre of gravity. The lower the chasis, the lower the centre of gravity.
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Of course it would. Change in height of the chasis will definitely change the centre of gravity. The lower the chasis, the lower the centre of gravity.


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