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Old 05-10-2017, 10:41 AM   #1
Willie Makeit
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Accuair questions

Guys - I've got the old school system currently on truck (8 - 3/8" SMC valves, 7 switch control box, 2 Viair 444 compressors, 2 - 3 gallon tanks) and wanted to ask the folks here on their experiences with Accuair. Specifically, how would I use my existing valves and interface them to the Accuair controller to take advantage of the auto-leveling / presets that Accuair offers.

Also, exactly what Accuair components will I need to do this integration? Just the controller, keypad & height sensors?

Pretty well versed in airbag systems, but not too proud to admit that I am a total noob when it comes to the auto-leveling systems available nowadays.

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Old 05-11-2017, 08:05 PM   #2
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Re: Accuair questions

We really like the AccuAir control systems. With the E-level system, you can wire it to work with any valves, and just have to match up the right wires, to the right valves. For example, front left lift, to front left lift. You will have to splice the harness from the E-level computer to your valve wiring.

The standard E-level kit will be everything you need to upgrade to e-level, using your existing valves.

We keep the e-levels in stock, so let us know if we can help get you one. You will really like the e-level and will never do a bagged truck again without it.

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