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Old 01-26-2016, 12:56 AM   #1
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Air ride management systems

Anyone have experience with management systems? I'm looking to get one with auto leveling and have found ridetech and accuair any other brands out there that are better, or which one of the two is better than the other? Thanks
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From what I've seen/heard, those two companies have the best management systems. I've never seen RideTech in person, but I've heard they make high quality stuff and I think even Gas Monkey Garage uses it on all their builds.

I've seen AccuAir in person, and it's legit. They always make high quality components and introduce new ideas before anyone else (that I've seen).

You can't go wrong with either. They're both going to be a pretty penny. If it were me, I would go with AccuAir because I've seen it in person, I like the idea of their new[ish] height sensors, and it's generally cheaper than RideTech.
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Yeah I'm leaning towards accuair. I'll still be going with the ridetech bags though.
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Yeah I'm leaning towards accuair. I'll still be going with the ridetech bags though.
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I have a buddy with Ride Tech system on his car, loves it ride is great and it wasn't a bad install.
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