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physedfailure 10-12-2012 09:21 AM

Lowering Module
 
Anyone working on producing anything like this? It's a module that is pretty much plug an play and allows you to bypass the factory suspenion settings and basically allowing you to drive around at "entry/exit height" and maybe even lower if need be. Owning a Cayenne GTS for a little bit, I know there are a couple companies that make these modules for Porsches, why not Jeeps?

examples:
Champion Motorsport - Porsche Cayenne Lowering Control Unit

Vivid Racing News Switzer Releases New Porsche Cayenne Lowering Module

trelos78 10-13-2012 08:52 AM

Re: Lowering Module
 
Subscribed......I would love to be able to drive in "park" mode as well. Let's hope someone out there has an answer!!!!

JTS97Z28 10-13-2012 09:46 AM

Re: Lowering Module
 
Although it would be cool, have you ever driven around in park mode (below 15mph)? It's horribly bouncy and would be a very uncomfortable ride. I love the look, but it would not be a fun ride. Aerodynamic mode is a good compromise of quality ride and lower ride height.

greatjones 10-14-2012 09:17 PM

Re: Lowering Module
 
I would love this because then I could actually park in my apartment building's parking spots. My hood it 1-2 inches too high in park mode.

Anyone know if park height is just a computer controlled level, or something mechanical prevents the suspension for actually going lower?

Jim_in_PA 10-15-2012 08:32 AM

Re: Lowering Module
 
I wish there was a "button" to go into Aero Mode at any speed without toggling "Sport" mode...

armoredsaint 10-15-2012 10:58 AM

Re: Lowering Module
 
if you want lowered look, maybe you should've looked at a Honda Odyssey? ;)

SunShine31x 03-22-2013 04:43 AM

Re: Lowering Module
 
hi, there you go.
here we have only this one who offers a lowering,
thinking about to get it :D

http://www.allrad-pauli.de/typo3temp...624876c20f.jpg

trelos78 03-22-2013 07:27 AM

Re: Lowering Module
 
For the QL jeeps, just pull the M2 fuse and you can drive in park mode regardless of speed. Ride is the same, looks 1000% better.

SunShine31x 03-22-2013 07:48 AM

Re: Lowering Module
 
cool, ... thanks for this :D

are there any other functions get lost removing this fuse M2 ?!?


i will try this afternoon.

trelos78 03-22-2013 09:35 AM

Re: Lowering Module
 
You disable the ELSD, but I drove in light snow and the car is fine. Any more snow just put the fuse back on and everything goes back to normal.

TheSiltSurfer 06-29-2013 03:11 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by trelos78 (Post 785404)
For the QL jeeps, just pull the M2 fuse and you can drive in park mode regardless of speed. Ride is the same, looks 1000% better.

Righteous going to try this next week

AZhiCntry 06-29-2013 11:27 AM

Re: Lowering Module
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by trelos78 (Post 785404)
For the QL jeeps, just pull the M2 fuse and you can drive in park mode regardless of speed. Ride is the same, looks 1000% better.

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheSiltSurfer (Post 850192)
Righteous going to try this next week

:eek:If you are going to ride around in park mode you will need to have the veh 4 wheel alignment done in park mode and most likely there is not enough adjustment to allow for proper alignment in park mode and you will ruin your tires!!!:lol::lol::lol: Is it worth $$$ replacing tires prematurely to "look cool"?


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