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Re: Want to lower your air ride / QL ?

Looks very interesting. Will be taking a ride to Long Island maybe in 2 weeks to check it out. I'm 100% I want to do something with this QL suspension
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Re: Want to lower your air ride / QL ?

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Re: Want to lower your air ride / QL ?

Any idea how much it would cost to by the equipment to make the changes yourself? I'm in Aus and I don't have anyone around me that can do this type of mod. I looked at changing the control arm lengths but I'm not really interested in a botch job.
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Re: Want to lower your air ride / QL ?

For those Australian's among us there is a company called LLAMS that is making modules to override the QL air suspension (they make one for disco 4 also). Specs are as follows :


The air suspension works as normal when the LLAMS switch is off - no LED.

With the switch turned up (red LED), all heights are raised.

NRH + LLAMS = NRH + 50 mm
This is the same as OR 1 + 15 mm and works at any speed.
OR 1 + LLAMS = OR 1 + 40 mm
This is the same as OR2 +10 mm and works up to the OR 1 speed limit.

If you use LLAMS at OR2 you will run out of gas and cause an air suspension error message on the screen, but it will give you more height on the rear to get out of trouble. You turn the engine off and back on to clear the error. It will also cause the pump to overheat! EMERGENCY ONLY!!!!!

LLAMS also works to reduce heights. If you turn LLAMS to minus (green LED) at Aero it will drop the car around 20 mm. The same with NRH minus LLAMS, so you get effectively Aero at any speed as it is not speed limited on NRH.

The main advantage is that NRH plus LLAMS will give you a 50 mm lift at any speed which is great for touring on fast gravel or sandy roads.

Should be available July 2014, pretty sure they ship internationally as well if any yanks are interested.
www.llams.com.au
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Re: Want to lower your air ride / QL ?

^ I've had a brief email conversation with Graeme at Llams Systems and am hoping to get one of his initial run of 70 kits sent here to the States expecting a cost of around $600.00USD plus shipping.

Here is a snippet from his last email:

"I do not expect any differences between the LHD and RHD models. Indeed I believe that the system will also work with the Dodge Ram's version of air suspension, albeit with different calibrations for its lower heights, for which I already have an owner in the US waiting to trial a kit as soon as I have one available. All parts of the Dodge's suspension system electronics appear identical to the Jeep's except for a different part number for the suspension module and wire colours, even though the suspension itself is quite different and its OR2 is only 2" compared with the Jeep's 2.6". The switch will have low, off, medium and high settings. The module can store up to 8 different configurations, selected via switches on the pcb. 2 configurations are intended for the GC with one having an extra low setting and another for the Dodge, leaving 5 spares for future use. The module can also learn calibrations via a procedure so should accommodate different implementations of the Chrysler air suspension system should they occur. The high setting is programmed to provide approximately a 2" height increase.

Installation will require the 2 suspension module connectors to be moved to the Llams module then the Llams connectors plugged into the suspension module and the 2 metre long switch lead will need to be threaded to a suitable spot for the switch. The suspension module is located in a well in the floor under the left front seat, accessed by moving the seat fully forwards then removing the cover which is retained by 4 clips. Some repositioning of components in the floor well may be needed as the Llams module is rather bulky due to being fitted with the large connector header as fitted to the suspension module."


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