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Old 03-22-2013, 04:25 AM
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Re: Quadra-Lift Task Force!

Hi,

i am searching for a possibility to lower my granny. i have QL on board too.

with my former Q7 it was very easy to get, just a little programming and i was
able to lower the car like sports mode or little lower.
all other functions stayed.

here in germany they offer now a lowering up to 30mm.
looks like that, i love it :
http://www.allrad-pauli.de/typo3temp...624876c20f.jpg
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Re: Quadra-Lift Task Force!

LLAMS in Australia claims to have a plug in solution for overriding the QL limits, both up and down as well as speed limits. Not personally tested but am looking forward to getting my hands on one.

Limited availability. PM at ausjeepoffroad.com
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Re: Quadra-Lift Task Force!

I had the first prototype, and now have a production model. It works brilliantly.

I can have Aero at any speed, Off Road 1 at any speed and Off Road 2 up to I think 80km/h.

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I had the first prototype, and now have a production model. It works brilliantly.

I can have Aero at any speed, Off Road 1 at any speed and Off Road 2 up to I think 80km/h.

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You are playing with fire there. Never mind the legality or insurance liability, flying around a tight corner at speed in OR1 or 2 with grippy road tyres could be deadly. Note also that in OR2 there is very little extension left in the shocks so they bottom out easily over the slightest bumps stuffing what little handling you have left. Try driving fast in OR2 over a dirt road and you will hear the shocks bottoming like someone hitting you wheels with a sledge hammer.
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Re: Quadra-Lift Task Force!

interesting info bobt but please show me where the shockers are fitted on a quadralift?
im sure anyone wanting to over ride have there reasons and would drive accordingly. i mean why modify something if you dont understand its limits of use.
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interesting info bobt but please show me where the shockers are fitted on a quadralift?
im sure anyone wanting to over ride have there reasons and would drive accordingly. i mean why modify something if you dont understand its limits of use.
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because they can what? you've lost me where are those shockers fitted?
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Re: Quadra-Lift Task Force!

You asked, why modify something ... I thought putting it in bold you would know what I was referring to.


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Re: Quadra-Lift Task Force!

yep exactly, so i guess you couldnt find those shockers!! the quadralift has airbags only and is limited in its travel by bump stops conical end caps to the bellows and swaybar links. but im guessing you already new all this
at times i wish i could over ride all this but if i wanted a fair dinkim 4x4 i would have kept my nissan.
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interesting info bobt but please show me where the shockers are fitted on a quadralift?
Have a look, you'll see them. At the back wheels the shocks are rear of the wheels and the air-bags to the front. The front wheels are suspended by the usual MacPherson strut arrangement where the shock absorber also acts as the strut. However, in place of the usual "coil-over" steel spring, it has the air-bag over the strut all forming a single unit. The air-bags themselves do nothing more than act as inflatable springs. See Jeep Grand Cherokee WK2 - Quadra-Lift Air Suspension system . If you thought you had a Citroën like hydro-pneumatic suspension, bad luck, you haven't. The GC is a very comfortable SUV with quite a bit of 4x4 capability but it's no GQ Patrol.
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Re: Quadra-Lift Task Force!

correct mate i work with airbag suspensions daily and should have been more specific they all work in unison of one and other.
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Re: Quadra-Lift Task Force!

Maybe just "less wrong"?
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