Air Lift Performance
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Air Suspension Controllers
Air Lift Performance AutoPilot Digital Air Management Systems
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Add the most advanced system on today's market to your existing air suspension system. Get accurate, instant control over your ride with Air Lift's Auto Pilot digital controllers. Features that have never been available in digital control systems come standard with these incredible, compact units, including:
* One-touch ride height
Allows you to return to your programmed ride height without flipping switches and watching gauges. Whether you're below or above your height, just touch one button to return to your aligned height and prevent tire wear.
* Auto ride height on start
Will lift your vehicle to the programmed ride height with the start of the engine. This feature can be turned off, and is not available in some competitive products.
* Individual wheel control
Allows you to adjust each wheel separately. Also known as front/back side-to-side control.
* All inflate and deflate buttons
Also known as pancake control. Give you 4-wheel height control up and down with one switch.
* Accurate manifold mounted transducers
The most accurate pressure sensors come pre-mounted to the valves. This eliminates the risk of leaks and makes for an easier install.
* Digital volt meter
Reads the vehicle's voltage to help prolong equipment and battery life.
* Auto leak detection
Will monitor all four corners. If a leak occurs, the system will automatically add air accordingly and warn you of a problem.
* Tuning feature
Teaches the system the exact requirements to lift each wheel. Ensures that the auto ride height function is perfect every time.
* Only one wire to dash
Only one wire needs to run to the dash of the vehicle. No more running air lines, power lines, or wiring every switch independently. One wire does it all.