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Suspension Lift Kit - WK2 4x4 Quadra-lift

Can someone please build a lift kit for a WK2 4x4 Quadra-lift????

A simple 2" - 6" will do!!!
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Re: Suspension Lift Kit - WK2 4x4 Quadra-lift

2" of lift can be done simple with blocks onto the body. A 6" lift however will require a suspension lift. You may wanna ask for a 4"-6".
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2" of lift can be done simple with blocks onto the body. A 6" lift however will require a suspension lift. You may wanna ask for a 4"-6".
The WK2 is a unibody. No body to put blocks under.

Suspension is the only way to go. If they're able to lift the LR3 I would imagine the WK2 quadra lift can be lifted too. With time and money...
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Re: Suspension Lift Kit - WK2 4x4 Quadra-lift

Does anyone know if any companies are doing this yet?
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Re: Suspension Lift Kit - WK2 4x4 Quadra-lift

Llamas lift down under is finishing Dev on their QL lift. Same concept as for the LR Discovery.


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Llamas lift down under is finishing Dev on their QL lift. Same concept as for the LR Discovery.

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Sweet, I will check it out then. Thanks for the info!
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Re: Suspension Lift Kit - WK2 4x4 Quadra-lift

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Llamas lift down under is finishing Dev on their QL lift. Same concept as for the LR Discovery.


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Not what I would call a lift kit, they just fool the computer to raise the suspension. Your giving away all your down travel doing so, giving a bad ride and no flex.
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Re: Suspension Lift Kit - WK2 4x4 Quadra-lift

Llams kit isn't really a lift.

It allows the QL system to change or maintain ride heights independent of the current speed limits/requirements and it will allow for minimal increased or decreased adjustments to the set ride heights. It will let me stay in OR1 at speeds above 46mph and it would let those who desire it to stay in aero height at speeds below 60mph etc.

It will not "lift" the vehicle any higher than already allowed by the system other than in emergency situations.


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Llams kit isn't really a lift.

It allows the QL system to change or maintain ride heights independent of the current speed limits/requirements and it will allow for minimal increased or decreased adjustments to the set ride heights. It will let me stay in OR1 at speeds above 46mph and it would let those who desire it to stay in aero height at speeds below 60mph etc.

It will not "lift" the vehicle any higher than already allowed by the system other than in emergency situations.

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Yeah, I saw that when I went to thier site and read about the system for the LR3 :-( Even that might be pretty cool though...just not what I was hoping for.
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