Bag Riders Super Low Air Suspension for Nissan S13
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Tech Tips

  • Common Reasons Your Air Ride Leaks
    Common Reasons Your Air Ride Leaks
    If your car is equipped with an Air Ride kit, it’s safe to say that you want to do everything in your power to keep your system air tight. Here we will name the primary reasons that you might experience an air leak in your setup so that you can hopefully avoid running into these issues during your air suspension journey.
  • How to Replace a Popped Air Ride Bag
    How to Replace a Popped Air Ride Bag
    Popped air ride bags are not a common occurrence and typically result from installation errors or clearance issues. Here we will cover the process of replacing your blown bag with a brand new one so in the unlikely event that you pop a bag, you can get back on the road as quickly as possible!
  • How to Thread Tape a Fitting the Correct Way
    How to Thread Tape a Fitting the Correct Way
    To keep your air ride system air tight, it is important that you apply thread tape to your fittings properly. Here we will explain exactly how to do that so that you don’t find yourself running into leaking fittings on your set up!
  • How to Pair FeelAir BP4 to your Phone
    How to Pair FeelAir BP4 to your Phone
    Nowadays smartphone companion apps are a common feature when you purchase a new air management system, making it very easy to check or control your air pressures. This is also true for the FeelAir BP4 management system, so here we will give a straightforward rundown on how you can pair your Smartphone with your FeelAir BP4.
  • Is Used Air Suspension Worth It?
    Is Used Air Suspension Worth It?
    If you are constantly hunting for car parts online through Marketplace or other shopping sites like most car enthusiasts tend to do, you might come across a really good deal on an air suspension kit that fits your car from time to time. So the question stands, should you buy that used air suspension or is that a bad move? Here we will try to help you decide if the bargain is worth the potential risk of not buying new.
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