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Old 09-18-2012, 07:07 PM
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Originally Posted by Jim E. View Post
The purpose of this system is to maintain a specific height under all load conditions. It does not improve comfort. It does maintain the "quality" in the sense that camber, toe etc..., reamin constant under differing loads since the system tries to maintain a constant height as much as possible.
I am fully aware what the intent of the system is... it is kinda obvious from the name. His post indicates that the cars he drove that rode better had self leveling suspension. I was curious if better ride happened to be a hidden benefit of that different suspension setup.
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