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Modules to override the Quadralift limitations?

Has anybody tried one of these Mercedes Lowering Modules to override the Quadralift suspension limitations? The quadralift control module and related parts are identical in the WK2 jeeps and the ML/GL Mercedes based on the W166 platform.

LoMo M1 Lowering Module - Loweringmodule.com
Programa V2 Lowering Module with Remote - Loweringmodule.com

I spoke to a guy from that company and he said theoretically it should work since he compared both wiring diagrams on the Jeep & Benz, and they are identical. He said that the Programa V2 has a higher chance of working since it doesn't use the CAN bus.

Any thoughts on this? I saw some forum posts elsewhere about a guy trying to build an override module for Quadralift, but if these can work then that would be pretty cool.

This is the air suspension control module in the jeeps:


This is the one found in Mercedes:


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Re: Modules to override the Quadralift limitations?

Interesting find :-)
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Re: Modules to override the Quadralift limitations?

Greetings,

Agreed, an interesting find.

If you have not been following member BIGCAT's posts in this tread about another module, check this out:

Suspension Lift Kit - WK2 4x4 Quadra-lift

Right now, it short thread so it will be easy to read thru. In addition, another member got the module as well.

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Re: Modules to override the Quadralift limitations?

It's the Llams kit. It is made in Australia. I just installed it on my 11 Overland. In it's medium setting you get 1.25" of lift and in high you get 2" of lift. In low it gives you between 1.25" and 1.5" lower. Basically you get to drive in Aerodynamic mode at all speeds. Kit is $350 shipped and 10 to 15 minutes to install and calibrate.
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