Air Lift Performance Adds Versatility To Performance Suspensions

Motorz_AirLiftSuspensionStance. Few words have brought on such controversy among enthusiasts as this newest trend has. Although a nicely dropped car certainly looks more aggressive, the effect that stance has on handling is less than desirable. Having the ability to switch instantly between a high-performance handling setup and a low slung exotic look has been around for decades. However, the old air bag adjustable suspensions were perfectly capable of destroying a car’s corner carving ability. That is no longer the case. Thanks to Air Lift Performance, instantly adjustable suspension kits now deliver world-class handling.

On our Ford Mustang project car, the suspension needed to offer both an attention grabbing look and the ability to fling this supercharged pony around an apex. Air Lift Performance provided exactly the kit we were looking for. Unlike low quality air bag kits, Air Lift provides air suspensions designed for the track along with daily driving and show purposes. That’s right. An air suspension made specifically to compete with some of the best coil over and traditional spring setups available. With each kit made for specific vehicles and developed on the track, there is virtually no compromise. You can drive on a soft setup to the track, switch to a firmer setting for maximum performance and then bring it down to the pavement when showing your ride off afterwords.

Having been in the business for 60 years, Air Lift Performance knows exactly how to deliver quality components. With a one year, unlimited milage warranty, your investment includes peace of mind. Beyond a simple guarantee, Air Lift has durability tested each kit up to one million cycles or about 100,000 miles. Even installation has been designed to be as quick and easy to complete as possible. As far as versatile suspensions go, it does not get much better than this.

For more information and to purchase, head to Air Lift’s official website. See Chris install and demonstrate this suspension on our project Mustang below!

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