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Re: Got any lower? Quadralift ove ride

Yes a little has been going on. Just doing final tweaks at the moment for ride heights at each corner.
The full height mode has need brought down a little also as it didn't leave a lot suspension travel

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Re: Got any lower? Quadralift ove ride

sorry for the dumb question but how is this implemented? Is it something that you plug into the OBD2?

Also is it possible for you to set normal ride height at OR1 and let it drop to aero when >50mph?
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Re: Got any lower? Quadralift ove ride

Hi y'all,

Is this thread slash project still alive?

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Re: Got any lower? Quadralift ove ride

Update! Just got an email from Graeme of Llams (kits@llams.com.au):

Hello Jon,

"The kits are finally available. The kit is compatible with all LHD and RHD GCs including 2015 models and also the Dodge Ram, noting that a different calibration switch setting is required for the Ram due to its lower OR2 height increase. The kit can subsequently be moved to any other GC or Ram. The US price is $350 including delivery with payment by paying a Paypal invoice."

"The LLAMS kit provides the ability to raise the vehicle by approximately 32mm/1.25” or 50mm/2” whilst at Normal Ride Height, therefore without speed limitations, to allow better ground and bump-stop clearance when traveling off-road on high crown gravel roads or other off-road conditions where extra clearance is desired. Note that vehicle handling may be altered when traveling at raised heights. LLAMS can also lower the vehicle which when used with Park mode can make entry and exit easier especially for mobility impaired people. The following are the approximate height changes at NRH for the various LLAMS switch settings. Changes at other height modes may be slightly different. Attempted use of LLAMS High with OR2 on a Jeep GC will eventually cause the suspension system to fault because the vehicle cannot be raised to that extent. Speed limitations of the various modes are unchanged, eg using LLAMS high with OR1 will add approximately 30mm to OR1 height until the suspension system lowers to NRH whereupon NRH will be 32mm higher than usual. The module can be recalibrated for the same or a different vehicle, including moving the kit between a Jeep GC and a Dodge Ram.
Approximate height changes:
Low: -22mm or -32mm for Jeep GC depending on vehicle setting at calibration,
-24mm for Dodge Ram Off : no change
Medium: +32mm High: +50mm
The system modifies the height sensor signals, offsetting each of the 4 values to cause the suspension module to believe that the vehicle is lower or higher than it really is and therefore adjusts the air volume in the air- springs until the modified sensor signals are as expected for the target height. The system does not communicate with nor modify the suspension module, thereby retaining unaltered all original plausibility and control checks."

My order is being placed tonight. I'll update once I get it and get it installed - it's plug and play 5-10 minutes install and totally reversible/removable prior to trips to dealership for routine or warranty servicing.



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