This if for the select few of you out there who have or are considering an air suspension for your vehicle. While not an easy or inexpensive modification, air suspensions have mostly been reserved for the "Show" community or truck owners who don't give a damn about handling. Usually elaborate switch boxes are crafted out of plexiglass that employ toggle switches to control the various functions of an air suspension. EasyStreet Air Lift has just released its Select-A-Ride digital controller that has some nifty features not commonly found on custom setups. It's auto ride hight feature will return the suspension to a preset height every time the ignition is turned, it will control 11 switches, features a voltmeter, tank pressure gauge, leak detection and laptop compatability. It's available as an upgrade to an existing system or as part of an EasyStreet Air Lift suspension package. It's a pretty trick gadget, but many tuners are married to their plexiglass boxes and toggle switches. You could also control your air suspension with a PS2 controller or dance pad, if you were so inclined.
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