A long-held stigma against air suspension has been that although a slammed car looks phenomenal, owners sacrifice functional performance in order to get them driving so low. AccuAir Suspension succeeds in beating that notion into the ground with the launch of their new B8 Audi air-spring suspension platform.The same zero compromise mission statement that propelled their E-Level management system to acclaimed success now drives AccuAir’s development team toward a solution […]
An afternoon at the airport filmed and edited for AirSociety.net. Music: Camp Lo – Luchini (AKA This Is It)
A typical beginning to classic Russian fairy tales used to reference places far away is: “тридевятом царстве (In the three-ninth kingdom)”. This reference might seem obscure to most North Americans, but to Dmitry Chechernikov of RubNRoll.com, it hits home.
One of the most asked questions I get in person and online is: “Does air suspension hold up in winter?” I figured that with the recent spell of brutal winter storms in Montreal, Canada dropping more than 2 feet of snow within a 24 hour timespan and the recent drop in temperature to -23 Celcius (-10 Fahrenheit), now would be the right time to showcase what my AirREX air suspension and AccuAir E-Level managed B8 Audi A4 is made of. Please note that this is my own personal opinion and your own personal experiences may vary.
Hands on demonstration of how to control your Air Suspension through an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with AccuAir’s new “iLevel” WiFi based wireless control application. Utilizes AccuAir’s WiFi Module to plug-n-play with all existing e-Level Controllers. The “iLevel” App is available as a free download from the Apple App Store.
The Rub’n’Roll team out of Russia have put together not only a sweet video showcasing a bagged and fitted B8 Audi A4, but they’ve managed to showcase their local scene to the world via this video.