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Ok Im considering air ride and Im looking for the best system for the price. I dont really care about front to back or side to side. I just want it to be dependable and safe! Also how hard is installation?
 

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there are a million threads on SL about this topic. The best air ride for me, might not be the best air ride for you. it all depends on what your looking for, and I did it all...f, b, ss, and i have 2 huge compressors and a nice shinny switch box.

my front bags are Airlift, the rear bags are Slams w/ fbi brackets), (2) 2 gallon tanks (mounted under the front seats), (2) air Zenieth compressors, and (3) check valves. Don't ask me about my line and fittings, b/c nobody approves.... but its flexable, and i haven't had a single problem with it!
 

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I think the best air ride for the Scion Xb would be the Air Runner setup. Its also the most complete kit that I have Ever seen. I have been building full show vehicles for almost 15 years and this is my opinion.
Craig, is there a U.S. website for AirRunner? the one from far east dosn't seem to work.
 

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I got my kit from FBI well over a year ago and the only problem I had was a leak on a front strut bag which it was a bad fitting. I think the install is the make or break of the air ride be it what ever kit.
I have all my tanks and comp under the car so the only thing you see inside is a switch box which is mounted in the dash.
 

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i'm runnin easy street for now. 5 gallon tank in the hatch, comp under the car. I'm definately going to be switching out the rear bags for something a little more reliable, sleeve bags make me shudder....
 

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^^^^ I completly agree!

and Mr. Edmond Oklahoma...... I told you that ES rears f'ing suck, and you wanted to argue with me didn't you..... guess you had to learn your lesson the hard way.....And i even told you not to use them b4 you had anything installed!

oh, well! I'll sell me Slam Specialties to you! They rock!
 

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I've been running Airrunners for a year now $3000 instaled safest ride out there they work







but they don't jump;) :D :D :D
 

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ric2542, i see that you have hood pins on your CF hood? how was the install, and how are those pin plates held into the hood. Rivets?
You know the CF SEIBON hood that i have; im thinking of securing them w/ pins. just wanted to know how yours is working out. thanks =)
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clay, i may take you up on that offer when i get some money. the front strut bags are still good enough for me right now, but everytime i look at the sleeves in the back it makes me nervous. PM me with prices and i'll let you know
 

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thanks svcscions. each one is a 2 gallon tank. i'm thinking of using my nitrious bottles as air tanks too. then i'll have a whole lot of air!!!
 

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air runner is the best next to bold world... (which isnt available in the US) so for the US market air runner hands down..absolutely no welding required =)
 
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