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Old 12-05-2012, 07:52 AM
arrivederci arrivederci is offline
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Interesting info about how this system works in the video above. I also have an Audi allroad with air suspension...which uses a separate compressor and operates much differently than that video would have one believe. The Audi system is notorious for failures and wear/tear every 80K miles. I've had better luck with the lexus/toyota air suspension system.

Looking at the parts diagrams below, something doesn't match up with the video. They look like totally different systems.

Some approx prices just so that you know what you are getting into if you ever had to pay for replacement/repairs:

conventional OEM rear shock - $220
self leveling OEM rear shock - $500
adaptive drive, self leveling OEM rear shock - $1100

Last edited by arrivederci; 12-05-2012 at 12:21 PM. Reason: Inaccurate info deleted
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