Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Air Bagging a B6 Passat sedan-Swap (Gen I Masontechs-manual valves)

The original build and set-up was done on a black Passat done about a year ago seen here.
It was sold to another Passat owner and was re-installed in his vehicle. Pretty much the same set-up was carried out in this vehicle using the first Gen. Masontechs for the front and Slam Speciaties re-5's for the rear w/ D-cups. The air pressure gauges were mounted in the cubby underneath the headlight switch and box was made for the control switches.

Friday, May 13, 2011

•Rear Lower Air Bag Control Arms.

These rear lower control arms will allow you to get super low with Air House bags, Slam Specialties, Airlift and BagYard rear bags.
They are made of 3/16's plate steel and are powder-coated in a Silver Vein finish.
The set comes with 2 arms, pressed in bushings w/ washers, 2 self taping screws for headlight level arm and optional upper mounting bracket.
Application includes: MK5 Jetta, Gti, Rabbit, MK6 Golf, GTi, Passat B6, CC and Eos.

All products here in are produced for Off Road use only and you assume all risks when using these products. 
None of our products are DOT approved. 
Running any of these parts on your vehicle is done at your own risk.  Any and all products should be installed by a certified technician.
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The below pricing is for pre-order for the first 10 sets.
*Lower arms will ship in the next 2 weeks

Pre-Order is now closed.
New updated version will be posted shortly and order form. 
Stay tuned....
updated July 5 2011

Monday, May 9, 2011

VW MK5 GLI air bag build- whity tighty (Airlift+Autopilot)

Got a chance to bag this clean white GLI and I am glad I did. 
The car didn't need much and a simple set-up was all that it needed. Starting with building a simple metal frame to hold the 2 Airlift valve blocks and 2 gallon tank, it was made to fit in the side cubby on the left hand side of the trunk. The brain to the Autopilot was mounted to the side panel along with the relay and all wiring an airline was fished out behind it keeping it concealed and hidden. The OE carpet floor was then replaced with a hardwood floor to had a little styling to the back end. The Viair 480c compressor was then mounted to the floor underneath the color matched white tank. Hardly any space was lost and the spare tire was also retained. The controller was then mounted and tucked away under the armrest in the console.

Monday, May 2, 2011

VW MK4 trunk set-up-80's style

Here is a change for a customer who already had the air install done. The tank was painted with BMP and Silver stone checkers 80's style. Then it was relocated to the upper deck lid along with the air pressure gauge.
The car was originally on B.O.C. so Airlift Xl's were installed along with a c-notch to bring the front closer to the ground.